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Passatori

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Composer and accordionist Richard Galliano owes a lot to Astor Piazzolla. Sure, he's tackled improv-jazz and French musette music, but--at the heart of performances--the tango is never that far away. On Passatori, Galliano pays homage to Piazzolla's classical repertoire (swinging orchestral works that sway from gentle ballads to dizzying tangos) by performing both compositions from the Argentinian master and originals that clearly show his influence. The opening movement to Galliano's three-part Opale Concerto hearkens to Piazzolla's Tango Ballet, but throws even more drama into the fold by its conclusion. On Galliano's "San Peyre," he slows things down for a reflective ballad that is both sensual and moving. Throughout, the Toscana orchestra and Galliano show an impressive versatility. Great stuff. --Jason Verlinde

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Richard Galliano, a Frenchman of Italian ancestry, is an accordionist who became known in the mid-'70s as a composer and arranger for Claude Nougaro, one of France's most respected singers. Galliano has also worked with many jazz legends and has helped modernize the Parisian cafi music known as bal-musette. Passatori, Galliano's sixth album for Dreyfus Jazz, features a 14-piece string orchestra, which manages to swing while remaining passionate. The original compositions include a three-movement concerto, a habanera and a waltz. Galliano also offers a rendition of Astor Piazzolla's "Oblivion" and ends the album with Piazzolla's sensual "Concerto Pour Bandonion." -- From Rhythm Magazine

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Opale Concerto: Premier Mouvement. Allegro Furioso
  2. Opale Concerto: Deuxieme Mouvement. Moderato Malinconico - Nobile E Espressivo
  3. Opale Concerto: Troisieme Mouvement. Allegro Energico
  4. Oblivion
  5. San Peyre
  6. La Valse A Margaux
  7. Melodicelli
  8. Habanerando
  9. Concerto Pour Bandoneon: Premier Mouvement. Allegro Marcato
  10. Concerto Pour Bandoneon: Deuxieme Mouvement. Moderato
  11. Concerto Pour Bandoneon: Troisieme Mouvement. Presto


Product details

  • Audio CD (March 28, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Dreyfus
  • ASIN: B00004GOXF
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #373,567 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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