Dani Cortaza & Emmanuel Triflio | Una Noche de Garufa

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Una Noche de Garufa

by Dani Cortaza & Emmanuel Triflio

Contemporary arrangements of traditional tango performed by nylon-string guitar, bandoneón and bass. The music makes you feel the magic of the legendary nightlife of Buenos Aires.
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. Danzarín
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2. Mano Brava
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3. El Paladín
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4. Una Noche de Garufa
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5. Palomita Blanca
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6. El Pollo Ricardo
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7. Unión Cívica
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8. Nocturna
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9. Libertango
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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EMMANUEL TRIFILIO
Young bandoneón player, born in La Plata, Argentina. Emmanuel has performed throughout the United States and extensively in Argentina.

DANI CORTAZA
Dani Cortaza has more than two decades of artistic life to his credit. This talented musician specializes in Brazilian and Latin jazz, in both nylon and electric jazz guitar. In addition, he also performs and arranges Latin American folk music. He has appeared in many prestigious concert venues around the world, namely in Japan, Europe, South America and the United States. He currently resides in the Washington, DC area. His present projects include creating new compositions and arrangements of South American folk music combined with jazz elements. For more a more detailed bio, please visit his website at www.danicortaza.com





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