Ariel Iud Quartet & Theresia Thylin | La Milonga De Chapinero

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La Milonga De Chapinero

by Ariel Iud Quartet & Theresia Thylin

Contemporary Tango
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. Milonga De Chapinero
Ariel Iud Quartet
3:42 album only
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2. Vida Mia (feat. Ariel Iud & Adam Fisher)
Theresia Thylin
4:46 album only
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3. Cinco Y Veinte
Ariel Iud Quartet
4:01 album only
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4. Mañana Zarpa Un Barco (feat. Ariel Iud Quartet)
Theresia Thylin
3:54 album only
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5. Tierra Querida
Ariel Iud Quartet
3:45 album only
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6. Sueño De Juventud (feat. Ariel Iud Quartet)
Theresia Thylin
3:09 album only
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7. Marginal
Ariel Iud Quartet
3:41 album only
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8. Waltz for Debby (feat. Ariel Iud Quartet)
Theresia Thylin
3:40 album only
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9. Ack Värmeland, Du Sköna (feat. Ariel Iud Quartet)
Theresia Thylin
4:41 album only
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10. Hyperreal
Ariel Iud
3:51 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This music has a lot of tango but not in the traditional way, I used the elements of the music of Buenos Aires to create new music and also to arrange some old tunes. We chose songs from Argentina, Sweden and United States and we played them all with the tango taste. Also wen I composed original music for this album I tried to be honest as an artist and express what I have inside after so many years doing music.
The result is an album for people who likes tango but with an open mind and ear to new sounds and to new expressions of the Argentinean music.

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