Vienna Concert Import, Original recording remastered
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Adiós Nonino is unsurpassable, with a moving introduction by Pablo Ziegler on piano. All musicians play with deep expresiveness, complementing each other perfectly and creating a very rich sound, being both virtous (Libertango, Fracanapa)and expressive (Invierno Porteño, Adiós Nonino).
I recommend this CD to anyone who likes music. I cannot understand why so many tango musicians hated Astor Piazzolla for what he did to Tango. He took it to another level completely.
Astor Piazzolla made a glorious with this overwhelming ensemble. Verano Porteño is simply an evanescent old picture inside a memories book. The insight textures interweaved by Astor mean a real journey through our otherness loaded with elegant rapture and discrete virility, and that it can be perceived in Caliente.
Decarísimo is an apparent happy statement, a half smile in the rainy and lonely night. An impressive and heartfelt homage to the dead love affairs, hidden lovers and forbidden loves.
Libertango works out as an incisive wound in the center of the soul. The musical obstinate is listened over and over with light and shadows modulations that appear and vanish suddenly as fugacious memories in a tired body and a spirit lack of the joy of living.
Revirado is a lovely theme; it goes directly to our youth roots when the time was our slave and the life was an eternal whisper.
And finally we have arrived to the two highlights tracks of the record: Invierno Porteño a real poem in which the words are explicit though we can not listen them.Read more ›
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If you are new to Tango Nuevo, know that no one gets this great combination of fire and technical control as Piazzolla & company. Read morePublished on June 9, 2002 by Vicperry
I don't know what's the name of this music, maybe it is not tango, nor jazz, whatever. All I know is that it's a beautiful feeling to listen this CD. Read morePublished on April 22, 2002 by Fernando Cuevas Moya