Claudio Constantini, Louiza Hamadi – 20th Century Tango (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Claudio Constantini, Louiza Hamadi - 20th Century Tango (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Claudio Constantini, Louiza Hamadi
Album: 20th Century Tango
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:11:52
Total Tracks: 20
Total Size: 1,17 GB


1. Claudio Constantini – Tres minutos con la realidad (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:15)
2. Claudio Constantini – Vocalise-étude en forme de Habanera, M. 51 (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:08)
3. Claudio Constantini – Taquito militar (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:37)
4. Claudio Constantini – Grillito (03:10)
5. Claudio Constantini – A fuego lento (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:13)
6. Claudio Constantini – No. 2, Tango (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:43)
7. Claudio Constantini – Tango a mi padre (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:14)
8. Claudio Constantini – Rondó (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (08:09)
9. Claudio Constantini – Volver (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:54)
10. Claudio Constantini – La rayuela (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:30)
11. Claudio Constantini – Tango (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) [1] (03:20)
12. Louiza Hamadi – Tango des fratellini (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (01:54)
13. Claudio Constantini – Tango (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) [2] (03:20)
14. Claudio Constantini – Milonga (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:50)
15. Claudio Constantini – Habanera, M. 54 No. 3 (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:42)
16. Claudio Constantini – La camelera (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (02:17)
17. Claudio Constantini – Youkali (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (05:03)
18. Claudio Constantini – Tristezas de un doble A (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (08:08)
19. Claudio Constantini – La muerte del Ángel (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:16)
20. Claudio Constantini – No. 17, Tango (Arr. for Accordion & Piano) (03:03)


The tango is known to have originated in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, a casserole of local and foreign influences, full of brothels, knives, scoundrels and a few broken hearted heroes. Lesser known is the facet it developed later on and out of this context when the tango reached not only the high European saloons but also the ears and minds of some of the XXth century´s most important composers. Seduced perhaps by its apparent sensuality and articulated rhythmic pulsations, some of these composers were inspired enough to write their own tangos. With varied instrumentations, be it piano solo, a chamber ensemble or a symphony orchestra, they brought their own visions of tango and traduced them into their own musical language, one that was immersed in the idiom of the 20th century. Some of these works have been able to stay in the standard repertoire of musicians and ensembles, like the tangos of Albeniz or Stravinsky. However, others (Schnittke, Satie, Milhaud…) have been harder to introduce and remain quite unknown. But, what would happen if we would insert the most representative instrument of tango music into these works: the bandoneon? The result is here in your hands: an album that brings classical music of the 20th century together with progressive and revolutionary tango music of the same era, in the unusual chamber format of bandoneon and piano.

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