Astor Piazzolla For Violin Guitar
It had previously been said that in Argentina everything can change except the Tango. And then there was Astor Piazzolla, who revolutionised this genre in the mid-20th century. Creating a new genre that would become known as the Nuevo Tango, Piazzolla added influences of jazz and classical music to create his spell-binding music. The Histoire du Tango, the first work to be feature on this compilation, is a tribute to the development of the Tango, including movements such as Bordel 1900 and Nightclub 1960.
(Fretted). Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) was the foremost composer and ambassador of tango music, who carried the signature sound of Argentina to clubs and concert halls around the world. This folio gathers 35 of his finest and arranges them for violin and guitar duets. Titles include: Adios nonino * Buenos Aires Hora Cero * Decarisimo * Extasis * Fievre (Fiebre de Tango) * Greenwich * La fin del mundo * Made in USA * Misteriosa Vida * Nuevo Mundo * Recuerdo New York * Tango choc (Doudou) * Yo canto un tango * and more.