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Ástor Piazzolla, Rosendo Mendizabal, Pedro Datta

Marcelo Nisinman & Vogler Quartet

Señor Tango (Live)

  • Type CD
  • Label phil.harmonie
  • UPC 4250317416285
  • Catalog number PHIL 06028
  • Release date 07 May 2021
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About the album

..Perhaps the beginning of this CD is, in a way, the most classic principle because the music that stood for the avant-garde at a time, today takes the place of the "Classic" Tangos. I sincerely value the Vogler Quartet artistic attitude – that is also mine – as to take the necessary risk to go on with the history of Tango that is also - in some way - part of the history of music.... "Sr. Tango" (Mr. Tango) is a parody about a Tango place that still exists in Buenos Aires where I had the fortune to play…and leave alive… The pieces for Trio - Violin, Bandoneon and Double Bass - are a very lively style. And ironic. I wanted to experience with a non-classical group and tickle with the primary tangos, except "Jeanne & Paul". "Adios Nonino" is a classic of the worldwide literature because the wedding of Princess Maxima of Holland launched it to the world space as ever before. My version is almost the contrary, let´s say a sort of "divorce". Above all for those that still think that it is not possible or it is not correct to arrange Piazzolla´s music. So here it goes my tribute to that great composer and arranger of old Tangos: Astor Piazzolla. "Bordel 1900" and "Café 1930" are two pieces where I simply orchestrated what was originally written for Flute and Bandoneon. "4 for Vogler" is a portrait of each of the constituents of the string quartet. An individual portrait of Tim, Frank, Stefan and Stephan, in that same order. It´s my humble homage to this profound, unique and brilliant string quartet. Marcelo Nisinman

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    5 Tango Sensations No. 1, Asleep (Live)
     
    05:42
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    5 Tango Sensations No. 2, Loving (Live)
     
    05:19
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    5 Tango Sensations No. 3, Anxiety (Live)
     
    05:11
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    5 Tango Sensations No. 4, Despertar (Live)
     
    07:16
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    5 Tango Sensations No. 5, Fear (Live)
     
    04:27
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    Sr. Tango (Live)
     
    11:06
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    El Entrerreano (arr. M. Nisinman for bandoneon, violin and double bass) El Entrerriano (Live)
     
    02:57
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    El aeroplano (arr. M. Nisinman for bandoneon, violin, and contrabass) El Aeroplano (Live)
     
    03:38
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    Jeanne y Paul (arr. M. Nisinman for bandoneon, violin, and double bass) Jeanne y Paul (Live)
     
    04:02
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    Adios Nonino (arr. M. Nisinman for bandoneon and string quartet) Adiós Nonino (Live)
     
    08:37
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    Histoire du Tango I. Bordel, 1900 (Live)
     
    04:14
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    Histoire du Tango II. Café, 1930 (Live)
     
    07:46
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    4 for Vogler (Live)
     
    09:17

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