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Colores del Otoño

by Jorge Retamoza

Tango with jazz gestures and chamber environment, leading by a saxophone player. New music from Buenos Aires. New tango. Contemporary tango.
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. El Cuarto
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2. Aquel Nueve
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3. Colores del Otoño
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4. Estudio 1
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5. Otra Lluvia
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6. 73 la Renga
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7. El Tema del Uno
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8. Patita
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9. Solo en la Multitud
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10. Algo Así
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Continuing the exploration that began in the 90s, working on tango through jazz gestures and academic procedures, this new work by the saxophonist and composer concretely shows possible paths of the tango music in the twenty-first century,
developing the chamber music concept and using the tango vocabulary for improvisation as a central element mode.
All music composed and arranged by Jorge Retamoza, except where indicated

http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/espectaculos/3-36204-2015-07-29.html
“A musical goldsmith, Jorge Retamoza. A restless man that decided some time ago, transcribe to his saxophone-note by note, phrasing by phrasing, articulation by articulation- the world that Astor Piazzolla and Gerry Mulligan had invented in the nodal Summit. An alone searcher that gave and gives today to tango the goods of an instrument a bit odd in this music”
Cristian Vitale, Pagina 12. Buenos Aires

http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1811356-tango-y-saxofon-en-clave-otonal
“Colores del Otoño it’s a title that goes well with Jorge Retamoza’s new tango CD
Since productions like Policial Argentino, in the late nineties, it’s one of the strongholds that included saxofon in this genre”
Mauro Apicella La Nación. Buenos Aires

http://www.diariofolk.com/criticadisco/colores-del-otono-jorge-retamoza/
“A record full of quibbling, with a nervous pulse and constant changes of climax that in spite of the vital role that an iconic instrument of jazz which is the saxofon plays in it, has a distinctive tango fragrance”
Fernando Marinelli Diario Folk . España

http://www.argentjazz.com.ar/jorge-retamoza-pinta-su-aldea-con-los-colores-del-otono/
“Retamoza delivers a lucid and honest work with some “jazzy” touches which heighten his distinct Buenos Aires spirit”
Fernando Ríos ArgentJazz Buenos Aires

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Ricardo Saltón, Ámbito Financiero Buenos Aires

Retamoza excellent, almost expressionist Piazzolla
Saxophonist, composer, arranger, teacher and director of his own projects, Jorge Retamoza also not hidden his jazz influences. With his sax at front preferably baritone or tenor has been arguing for years his Tango XXX project, thus recorded and released several albums. But with Colores del Otoño (Autumn Colors) resets only his name at album cover, as he had done with "Vientos de Tango" (Tango Winds), 2011. The CD is integrated by a number of own songs, except for "Solo en la Multitud" of Eduardo Rovira. His saxophone is omnipresent, with torn intense gesture. He is accompanying by different chamber groups that are grounded wire to tango, with musicians like Matias Rubino, Nicolás Enrich (bandoneon), Alejandro Kalinoski, Gaston Harisquiry (piano), Robert Seitz (bass), Julián Graciano (guitar), Ezequiel Finger (vibraphone) or Mark Cabeza (marimba). And the end result is a sort of Astor Piazzolla but taken to extremes of expressionism, perhaps like if Astor had reached to record another album in duet with Gerry Mulligan after that memorable "Summit ". Coores del Otoño is a very good job by Retamoza. A tango that is still finding its best hopes by the instrumental search expressions. A saxophonist and composer has already been installed as a classic
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Fernnado Marinelli. Diario Folk España

An unmistakable tango smell
“A record full of quibbling, with a nervous pulse and constant changes of climax that in spite of the vital role that an iconic instrument of jazz which is the saxofon plays in it, has a distinctive tango fragrance”
Fernando Marinelli Diario Folk . España
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Cristian Vitale, Pagina 12. Buenos Aires

Tango and Sax
http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/suplementos/espectaculos/3-36204-2015-07-29.html
“A musical goldsmith, Jorge Retamoza. A restless man that decided some time ago, transcribe to his saxophone-note by note, phrasing by phrasing, articulation by articulation- the world that Astor Piazzolla and Gerry Mulligan had invented in the nodal Summit. An alone searcher that gave and gives today to tango the goods of an instrument a bit odd in this music”
Cristian Vitale, Pagina 12. Buenos Aires
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