DUETTANGO - 167 - Hi-Res-Audio - CLASSIC

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  • 1) POEMA VALSEADO Pianoforte e voce 2’52”
  • 2) PRIMAVERA PORTENA Pianoforte e bandoneon 5’14”
  • 3) MILONGA DEL ANGEL Pianoforte e bandoneon 5’36”
  • 4) MILONGA DEL ANUNCIACIÒN Pianoforte, bandoneon, violino e voce 3’13”
  • 5) ADIOS NONINO Pianoforte e bandoneon 8’05”
  • 6) OBLIVION Pianoforte, bandoneon, violino e voce 3’50”
  • 7) ESCUALO Pianoforte, bandoneon e violino 3’.20”
  • 8) TANGUEDIA Pianoforte e bandoneon 4’00
  • 9) LA MUERTE DEL ANGEL Pianoforte e bandoneon 3’02”
  • 10) MICHELANGELO ’70 Pianoforte, bandoneon e violino 3’00”
  • 11) VIOLENTANGO Pianoforte e bandoneon 2’48”
  • 12) LOS ARBOLES Y LAS CHIMENEAS Pianoforte e voce 3’13”

..." When Giulio Cesare asked me to write a presentation note for this album, I immediately thought of the moment when the idea for Duettango came to life. Duettango was born by pure chance from an imagination of mine in 2010 in Nocera Terinese between one piano lesson and another in the Conservatory classrooms. My idea was to combine two instruments which at first sight were not at all similar, such as the piano and the bandoneon, which until today in Astor Piazzolla's literature have always been two elements of a sextet or at least a quartet where the piano sadly played the part of a noble supporting character and the bandoneon dialogued constantly only and exclusively with the violin. This recording aims to demonstrate that the piano and the bandoneon can coexist splendidly even on their own, and if necessary they can dialogue with the violin and the voice without giving up virtuosity and an important sound presence. I conclude with two thoughts that will accompany me every time I listen to this album: the first is to pay homage to Piazzolla, a composer to whom my career as a pianist and musician already owes so much from every point of view; the second is for Fernando Suarez Paz, because playing Escualo with the violinist to whom Astor dedicated these extraordinary pages was one of the most significant moments of my life"  Filippo Arlia

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