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V.A. – Buenos Aires Tango Instrumental (2003)  

Posted by Melaron at Jan. 21, 2014
V.A. – Buenos Aires Tango Instrumental (2003)

V.A. – Buenos Aires Tango Instrumental (2003)
1 CD | time: 47 m 15 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 110,76 MB
Latin American, World / Label: BMG / Uploaded, Turbobit

Compilation album released in Argentina, dedicated to instrumental tango, composed of fifteen classic tangos recorded in original versions, from composers as Piazzolla, Canaro, Pugliese, Arolas and others, and performed by some of the foremost instrumental ensembles in history of that specialty (with major format tango orchestra, sextet or quintet) as the same Piazzolla, Troilo, Juan d'Arienzo, Salgán, Gobbi, Filiberto or Fresedo among others.
Lara St. John - Vivaldi: Four Seasons / Piazzolla: Four Seasons Of Buenos Aires (2009) PS3 ISO + FLAC {RE-UP}

Lara St. John - Vivaldi: Four Seasons / Piazzolla: Four Seasons Of Buenos Aires (2009)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 64:18 mins | Scans included | 3,23 GB
or FLAC 2.0 Stereo (converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans included | 1,27 GB
Features Stereo and Multichannel surround sound | Label: Ancalagon # ANC 134

Drawing from two sides of the musical spectrum–Tango and Baroque–comes Lara St. John's newest recording, featuring the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela and Eduardo Marturet. The disc features Vivaldi's seminal work, the Four Seasons, which is the top-selling classical work of all time, paired with The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, Astor Piazzola's tribute to Vivaldi. There is tremendous interest in this orchestra, and this is the first time it has recorded with the Ancalagon label following successful recordings with the Deutsche Grammophon label.
Daniel Barenboim - Tango Argentina - Live from Buenos Aires (2007)

Daniel Barenboim - Tango Argentina - Live from Buenos Aires
Genre: Tango, Classical | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) 29.97fps 7100Kbps
Audio: LinearPCM, 48000Hz 2 ch 1536Kbps; Audio2: Dolby AC3, 48000Hz 6 ch 448Kbps; Audio3: DTS, 48000Hz 5 ch 754,5Kbps | 7.22 GB (DVD9) | 5% Recovery
Length: 01:36:30 | Uploaded/Bitshare/Freakshare | Links are interchangable
Demetrio Carrasco, Jonathan Schultz, Top 10 Buenos Aires (Repost)

Demetrio Carrasco, Jonathan Schultz, Top 10 Buenos Aires
ISBN: 0756670497 | edition 2011 | PDF | 130 pages | 13 mb

This full-color and richly illustrated guide is both detailed and pocket-sized - and with a free pull-out map, it is the ideal travel companion. There are accommodation reviews for every budget, as well as restaurants and food for all tastes, from the gourmet-lover to the adventurous street-vendor. There are dozens of Top 10 lists: from Buenos Aires Top 10 tango clubs to the Top 10 fascinating museums and galleries and the best nightspots, bars and cafes of Buenos Aires. And to save you time and money; there's even the Top 10 things to avoid!
Barenboim, Mederos, Console – Mi Buenos Aires querido (1996) -repost

Barenboim, Mederos, Console – Mi Buenos Aires querido (1996) -repost
1 CD | time: 51 m 04 s | HQ scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 116,99 MB
Latin American, World / Label: Teldec 0630-13474-2 / Filepost, Depositfiles

Singular work by three musicians involved in its creation: the multicultural pianist and Argentine-Spanish-Jewish-Palestinian Daniel Barenboim (Buenos Aires, 1942), the bandoneon player Rodolfo Mederos (Buenos Aires, 1940) and the bass Hector Console (Buenos Aires, 1939). A classical piano teacher who enters the land of tango, but has also composed works of this genre, with the help of which was partner and is currently the undisputed heir of Piazzolla's bandoneon and double bass also worked with Piazzolla in 1978. This trio is an example of good taste and universalization of instrumental tango. We are not in the traditional tango, but to its classical debugging. Music filled with nostalgia to recreate another vision of tango and to share their rhythms, melodies and eternal magic: the universal and classic tango.
Tango Orchestra of Buenos Aires – Tangos eternos (1993)

Tango Orchestra of Buenos Aires – Tangos eternos (1993)
1 CD EAC 1.00 b1 | time: 1 h 07 m 14 s | HQ scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 160,39 MB (2 parts)
Folk, Latin American, World / Label: Movieplay CCV 8920 / Filepost, Depositfiles

Album released in 1993 in Portugal, licensed under the Compact Seal Club, which brings together 25 superb interpretations of tangos by the 'Tango Orchestra of Buenos Aires' and all-digital recording. This musical group under the Ministry of Culture of Buenos Aires debuted in 1980 and since then he has steadily performed in many parts of Argentina and Latin American countries. Until 2006 it was usually directed by Carlos Garcia and Raul Garello, along with specific actions of other famous musicians, and today is headed by R. Garello, Nestor Marconi and John Carlos Cuacci. Consists of some 36 musicians which include several of the leading musicians of the genre. The orchestra also performs special performances and educational activities as part of an outreach program of tango music to children and youth. Certainly the wide range offered on this CD is another interpretation to the undisputed jewel looming timeless classics of the history of tango. Over one hour of essential recording to plunge into the tango universe.
VA - Buenos Aires Paris - The Electronic Tango Anthology (2007)

VA - Buenos Aires Paris - The Electronic Tango Anthology (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks) + Cue + Log | Scan Complete | 2 CD | 18 Tracks | 96:45 min | 603 Mb
MP3 320 Kbps | 222 Mb
Genre: Lounge, Latin, Tango, Lo-Fi | Label: Music Brokers Arg | Release: January 22, 2007 | FS/FSN/HF Links

The albums of the Buenos Aires / Paris series are a point of reference within the creative scene of electronic tango in Buenos Aires. Thanks to extensive research, Buenos Aires / Paris Troisième Voyage (the third volume of the saga) returns to present the most popular artists of this genre, with new tracks off of their most recent albums, material that has yet to be released and exclusive remixes.
Astor Piazzolla - Sinfonia Buenos Aire (Sinfonia Buenos Aires/ Four Seasons/ Aconcagua) (2010)

Astor Piazzolla - Sinfonia Buenos Aire (Sinfonia Buenos Aires/ Four Seasons/ Aconcagua) (2010)
MP3 VBR 180 kbps | 10 Tracks | ~104,1 MB | : 2010-11-01 | No Scans
Genre : Classical & Tango | Label: Naxos | Total Playing Time 79:36

Astor Piazzolla’s name has become synonymous with tango, the signature dance of his native country, Argentina. In the Sinfonía Buenos Aires, Piazzolla’s development of symphonic tango is notable for brilliant, original and often complex orchestration. His Bandoneón Concerto, nicknamed ‘Aconcagua’ after the highest Andean mountain, provides the soloist with ample opportunities for drama, pathos and virtuosity. Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires), a series of single tango movements with several references to Vivaldi’s famous work, is a vivid sequence in which the changing moods of the seasons are expressed by means of an almost limitless emotional range and depth.

V.A. - Buenos Aires by night (1993)  Music

Posted by Melaron at July 23, 2010
V.A. - Buenos Aires by night (1993)

V.A. – Buenos Aires by night (1993)
Latin American, Tango | MP3 | 320Kbps CBR | HQ scans, tags | 138,2 MB | 58:28 min

Buenos Aires, a city in the south of the American continent, a city that seems buoyed on the tide of immigrants fled from Europe in the early twentieth century. Buenos Aires, a haughty and melancholy city which witnessed the birth of one of the most original and beautiful popular musics anywhere: the tango. Historically great orchestras, voices and groups release in this compilation album the living memory of tango.
Frommer's Buenos Aires Day by Day (Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket)

Neil E. Schlecht Frommer's Buenos Aires Day by Day (Frommer's Day by Day - Pocket)
Frommers | 2009 | ISBN: 047016011X | 192 pages | PDF | 14,6 MB

Buenos Aires has long been known as one of the world's most beautiful cities, but in the past it was too expensive for many South American tourists. With the devaluation of the Argentine currency following the country's 2001 financial crisis, suddenly affordable prices and a blossoming of local culture has made the city one of the world's most popular and vibrant cities.
Frommer's Buenos Aires Day by Day will guide readers through this new Buenos Aires, quickly and with an insider's knowledge of the one-of-a-kind experiences that lurk in the city's inviting neighborhoods. The book will be filled with tips and itinerary suggestions, like walking tours of historic San Telmo, the best places for tango lessons, and where to uncover the flourishing Argentine cuisine and fashions. With hundreds of original color photos, dozens of annotated maps, thematic tours for every taste and star-rated advice on where to eat, stay, shop, and have fun, this book is the perfect accompaniment to any visit to the city.