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Germán Bringas

Germán Bringas
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Germán Bringas (born in 1965 in Mexico City) is a Mexican saxophonist and composer. Mostly focusing on free jazz and improvisation, he has worked often with José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q and collaborated with many well known musicians such as Fred Frith, Chris Cutler, John Zorn, and Tatsuya Yoshida. He is also the founder of the label Jazzorca Records.
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Proyecto Wef — En Concierto - Creación Espontánea Proyecto Wef — En Concierto - Creación Espontánea
(Luna Negra CDLN-45, 2010, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Híbridos José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Híbridos
(Musea FGBG 4738.AR, 2007, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Al Filo José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Al Filo
(Luna Negra CDLN-19, 2002, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Dicen Que Somos Dioses y Nos Soñamos Hombres José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Dicen Que Somos Dioses y Nos Soñamos Hombres
(Smogless SR 20129, 2000, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. / Margarita Botello — Sol Central José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. / Margarita Botello — Sol Central
(Luna Negra DLN-12, 2000, CD)
Germán Bringas — Y El Engraine Amarillo Germán Bringas — Y El Engraine Amarillo
(Smogless EN REC DE, 1999, 2CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Extractos José Luis Fernández Ledesma — Extractos
(Luna Negra LN-03, 1997, CD)
José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Motivos para Perdere José Luis Fernández Ledesma Q. — Motivos para Perdere
(Musea FGBG 4190.AR, 1996, CD)
Germán Bringas — El Salto Germán Bringas — El Salto
(Opcion Sonica OPCD30, 1996, CD)

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