Astor Piazzolla & Quinteto Tango Nuevo – Live in Colonia 1984 (2003, Intuition # INT 3343 2)

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Astor Piazzolla & Quinteto Tango Nuevo – Live in Colonia 1984
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Label/Cat#: Intuition # INT 3343 2 | Country/Year: Germany 2003
Genre: World & Folk | Style: Latin, Tango

""Brilliantly capturing the essence of this true legend at this live gig recorded almost twenty years ago at the end of a 30 date european tour, they were fired up and ready for it.""

CD Info:

Astor Piazzolla & Quinteto Tango Nuevo – Live In Colonia, 1984

Label: Intuition Records
Catalog#: INT 3343 2
Format: 2 × CD, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 2003
Genre: Folk, World, & Country, Latin
Style: Tango

Tracklist:

1-01 Biyaya 6:38
1-02 Caliente 4:55
1-03 Lunfardo 6:05
1-04 Decarisimo 3:28
1-05 Milonga De Ángel 6:40
1-06 La Muerte Del Ángel 3:22
1-07 La Resurrección Del Ángel 7:06
1-08 Speech 3:43

2-01 Tristezas De Un Doble A 20:54
2-02 Escualo 3:34
2-03 Adiós Nonino 8:37
2-04 Contraataque 4:01
2-05 Mumuki 8:21
2-06 Miguel Angelo 4:05
2-07 Chin-Chin 9:10

Notes:

Recorded live at Sendesaal of Deutsche Welle Cologne, November 14, 1984 / Digitally remastered

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode: 750447334328

Discogs Url: http://www.discogs.com/release/3133567

"Brilliantly capturing the essence of this true legend at this live gig recorded almost twenty years ago at the end of a 30 date european tour, they were fired up and ready for it. the band formed some 25 years before that to bring the new tango of Argentina to a wider audience as Astor says, it was viewed as 'crazy music' which people had difficulty understanding (& still did when this was recorded originally) as with so many artists worldwide who are adventurous, those in Argentina who only recognised traditional tango veiwed him as a traitor. sad isn't it that we can't just enjoy music and are not more open to listen with open ears, there's far too much good music out there to miss out on with that blinkered view, their loss. Brilliant. Graham Radley@worldmusic.co.uk"

"Ástor Pantaleón Piazzolla (March 11, 1921 – July 4, 1992) was an Argentine tango composer and bandoneón player. His oeuvre revolutionized the traditional tango into a new style termed nuevo tango, incorporating elements from jazz and classical music. A virtuoso bandoneónist, he regularly performed his own compositions with different ensembles. wikipedia"

"Biography by Steve Huey

It's not hyperbole to say that Astor Piazzolla is the single most important figure in the history of tango, a towering giant whose shadow looms large over everything that preceded and followed him. Piazzolla's place in Argentina's greatest cultural export is roughly equivalent to that of Duke Ellington in jazz — the genius composer who took an earthy, sensual, even disreputable folk music and elevated it into a sophisticated form of high art. But even more than Ellington, Piazzolla was also a virtuosic performer with a near-unparalleled mastery of his chosen instrument, the bandoneon, a large button accordion noted for its unwieldy size and difficult fingering system. In Piazzolla's hands, tango was no longer strictly a dance music; his compositions borrowed from jazz and classical forms, creating a whole new harmonic and rhythmic vocabulary made for the concert hall more than the ballroom (which was dubbed "nuevo tango"). Some of his devices could be downright experimental — he wasn't afraid of dissonance or abrupt shifts in tempo and meter, and he often composed segmented pieces with hugely contrasting moods that interrupted the normal flow and demanded the audience's concentration. The complexity and ambition of Piazzolla's oeuvre brought him enormous international acclaim, particularly in Europe and Latin America, but it also earned him the lasting enmity of many tango purists, who attacked him mercilessly for his supposed abandonment of tradition (and even helped drive him out of the country for several years). But Piazzolla always stuck to his guns, and remained tango's foremost emissary to the world at large up until his death in 1992. allmusic"

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