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.
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.
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.
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.