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Dallas Chamber Players | Greetings from Argentina! Vol. 1

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Greetings from Argentina! Vol. 1

by Dallas Chamber Players

Passionate Argentine tangos and Argentine Classical Music.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Primavera Porteña
4:25 $2.99
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2. Verano Porteño
6:29 $2.99
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3. Otoño Porteño
5:23 $2.99
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4. Invierno Porteño
6:11 $2.99
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5. Vuelvo al Sur
3:55 $2.99
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6. Luisito, De la Calle Concordia
3:09 $2.99
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7. Fermina, De la Calle Aranguren
1:56 $2.99
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8. Casandra, De la Calle Galileo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This CD is made to showcase some of the music from the rich Argentine classical and tango traditions. Piazzolla, perhaps Argentina's most renowned tango composer, wrote Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas as a classical homage to the beloved Argentine tango. In it he combines the vibrancy of the dance within the setting of a more traditional concert work, using the four seasons as inspiration. But tango isn't all Argentina has to offer. Filled with beautiful influences from Argentine folk music, the music of Carlos Guastavino is quite conservative, tonal and characterized by lush harmonies. Guastavino is often known as the Schubert of Latin America for his gift of melody. With these two composers we see two contrasting styles of Argentine music: one, the passionate and tragic tango; the other, a more popular, lyrical style.

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