Carla Campopiano Trio | Chicago-Buenos Aires Connections

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Chicago-Buenos Aires Connections

by Carla Campopiano Trio

The outcome of the coming together of two contrasting musical worlds Chicago/Buenos Aires, into a new concept, always respecting their traditions, binding them through their common elements and celebrating the differences between them.
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Sacachispas
2:19 album only
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2. Melancolico
3:33 album only
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3. Don Agustin Bardi
2:16 album only
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4. La Balada del Leon
1:48 album only
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5. Zita
4:31 album only
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6. Triunfal
2:43 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sacachispas (Julio de Caro)
Melancolico (Julián Plaza)
Don Agustin Bardi (Horacio Salgán
Balada de León (Gustavo Cortiñas)
Zita (Astor Piazzolla)
Triunfal (Astor Piazzola)

Carla Campopiano – Flute and arrangements
Gustavo Cortiñas – drums & percussion, and arrangements
Ángel Colacilli - guitar on all tracks, bass on Zita, and arrangements.
Julián el “Piojo” López – guitar on “Zita”

This project came together as the product of many years of research, seeking to understand and learn about culture and life through music. I was born and raised in Argentina, place in which I embarked into my first musical endeavors. It was there that I soaked myself with the melodies and rhythms of candombe, chacarera, milonga, and tango.
Years later, the winds carried me to Chicago, where I was exposed to the wonderful musical cultures of jazz and blues. It was during my time there that I began to work with Mexican percussionist Gustavo Cortiñas. Our musical encounters naturally brought us to explore the tango repertoire, jazz and improvisation, and to delve into the common ground between them.
Chicago-Buenos Aires Connections is the outcome of the coming together of these two contrasting musical worlds into a new concept, always respecting their traditions, binding them through their common elements and celebrating the differences between them. Thank you for listening.

Carla

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