Piazzolla - Cafe 1930: Music for Violin and Guitar | Brilliant Classics 94896

Piazzolla - Cafe 1930: Music for Violin and Guitar

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Label: Brilliant Classics

Cat No: 94896

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 23rd June 2014

Contents

Works

Piazzolla, Astor

Celos (Milonga campera)
Histoire du Tango
Pieces (5) for guitar
Tango etudes (6)
» no.1 Decide
» no.4 Lento. Meditativo
» no.5 Crotchet = 120
» no.6 Avec anxiete

Artists

Piercarlo Sacco (violin)
Andrea Dieci (guitar)

Works

Piazzolla, Astor

Celos (Milonga campera)
Histoire du Tango
Pieces (5) for guitar
Tango etudes (6)
» no.1 Decide
» no.4 Lento. Meditativo
» no.5 Crotchet = 120
» no.6 Avec anxiete

Artists

Piercarlo Sacco (violin)
Andrea Dieci (guitar)

About

Argentina and the Tango are inextricably linked together, and Astor Piazzolla is the personification of both.

Piazzolla created a ‘Nuevo Tango’, infusing the traditional dance with jazz and classical music influences. His Histoire du Tango was originally written for flute and guitar, and is here played by violin and guitar, in a transcription by Piercarlo Sacco. It contains descriptive and evocative titles like ‘Bordel 1900’, ‘Nightclub 1960’ and ‘Café 1930’. Also included are four Études tanguistiques and Cinco piezas.

Played with zest, drive and an innate feeling for the characteristic Tango spirit by Piercarlo Sacco and guitarist Andrea Dieci.

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