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by The Camarada Tango Quintet & Raul Jaurena

Uruguayan Tango Master Raul Jaurena leads the Camarada Tango Quintet in a luscious line up of sensual tango music.
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. Noches del Odeon
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2. Nocturna
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3. Oblivion
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4. El Aeroplano
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5. A Miguel Angel
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6. Tierra Querida
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7. Milonga del Angel
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8. Tanguera
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9. Preludio
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10. Tango
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11. Pantaleon y los Otros
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Raul Jaurena, bandoneon Beth Ross Buckley, flute David Buckley, violin Dana Burnett, piano Jeff Pekarek, bass

Raul Jaurena, master of the Tango, is among today’s most prominent bandoneon players. His music plays a very personal tribute to the influences of his native South America and his adopted hometown of New York. It combines the traditional roots of the tango and the style of the "TangoNuevo” influenced by Astor Piazzolla.

Raul joins CAMARADA Chamber Ensemble from San Diego to create a sensual masterpiece of tangos in this recording. Specializing in Latin and Spanish music, Camarada has carved out a unique niche in San Diego. Beginning in the fall of 2001, Camarada created and performed its first tango concert for the unique instrumentation and personnel of Camarada. Tango has become an integral part of the Camarada experience, collaborating with dancers and specializing in the music of Astor Piazzolla. camarada.org

The bandoneon has influenced Jaurena’s life right from the cradle. He was raised in Uruguay and his father taught him how to play the bandoneon - at the age of eight he already joined a tango orchestra. The fascination for this highly emotional music grabbed him and has not let go of him ever since. As a member of and adaptor for various renowned tango-ensembles in the 1960's and
70's in Uruguay, Argentina ,Brasil, Chile, Ecuador and Venezuela, Raul Jaurena lays the tracks for his career. A performance together with Astor Piazzolla at the Montreal Jazz Festival turns out be guiding for his musical development. The conservation of the musical spirit of Astor Piazzolla becomes his personal vocation: Jaurena’s tango interpretations which are enriched by influences of jazz, his own arrangements and spontaneous improvisations fascinate a new generation of listeners and dancers.

In 2007 he won a LATIN GRAMMY for best Tango Album "Te Amo Tango." Raul Jaurena - the man that Astor Piazzolla once
called one of the greatest bandoneon players ever - has established a unique connection to his instrument: Genuine, open, touching, with stunning ​technical brilliance his play has enriched and added an important facet to modern tango interpretation.

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