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Latin American Popular Music Ensemble | Paisaje Urbano

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Paisaje Urbano

by Latin American Popular Music Ensemble

An IUMusic-LAMC production from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Latin American Music Center, Paisaje Urbano sings the landscape of Latin American cities and their music genres.
Genre: Latin: General
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1. Libertango
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2. El Cristo de Pacagüina
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3. Lejana tierra mía
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4. Preludio para el año 3001
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5. Rapsodia en Bolero
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6. Ódiame
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7. María Suite: I. Preludio
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8. María Suite: II. Pobre la María
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9. María Suite: III. Postludio
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10. Tu ventana
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11. Benzinho
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12. Yo soy un pobre negro
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13. Siembra
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14. La Peregrinación
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15. Faltan cinco pa'las doce
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16. Água de beber
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Paisaje Urbano sings the landscape of Latin American cities and their music genres. The journey starts in Buenos Aires, with Piazzolla’s fiery Libertango, and ends in Rio de Janeiro with Jobim’s cool bossa nova tune Água de beber. Both owe something also to Paris and New York. The tango-vals by Carlos Gardel, Lejana tierra mía, and song recreations in Rapsodia en Bolero and Ódiame take us further north, but also back in time, when guitar trios serenaded young city women under the tropical night. Latin urban styles are not only sophisticated explorations of love and dance. Siembra, written by Rubén Blades, speaks of moral values, and María Suite raises important social issues. Indeed, this Paisaje Urbano mixes haunting memories of a rural past with the vital modernity of city life.

Marysol Quevedo

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