Play Piazzolla 13 Tangos

Play Piazzolla   13 Tangos

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Author: Astor Piazzolla

Publisher: Boosey and Hawkes

ISBN: 085162572X

Category: Music

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Le Grand Tango

Le Grand Tango

Combining deft musical analysis and intriguing personal insight, Azzi and Collier vividly capture the life of Piazolla, the Argentinean musician--a visionary who won worldwide acclaim but sparked bitter controversy in his native land. 42 ...

Author: María Susana Azzi

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780195127775

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 326

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Combining deft musical analysis and intriguing personal insight, Azzi and Collier vividly capture the life of Piazolla, the Argentinean musician--a visionary who won worldwide acclaim but sparked bitter controversy in his native land. 42 halftones.
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Stereophile

Stereophile

They finally met Piazzolla at a 1983 dinner party in Paris , and were asked to play
for the master . Sergio Assad recalls the invitation as an honor mixed with terror :
“ I used to go to his concerts when he came to Brazil , and once he stopped ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105001868475

Category: High-fidelity sound systems

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Playbill

Playbill

The tango that Piazzolla inherited was an overtly sexy dance born in the back
alleys and brothels lowing year he received a grant from the French Government
to travel to Paris, where he studied with Nadia Boulanger, who urged him to ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106019071247

Category: Theater

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Global Rhythm

Global Rhythm

I try not to play Saluzzi and collaborator Anja Lechner are celebrating the release
triumphant European tours with his own ... Written , played and sung entirely by
him , Kultrum works Echoing the sentiment of Piazzolla , whose musical audacity
 ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822036518124

Category: Popular music

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Rhythm Planet

Rhythm Planet

It was invented in 1854 in Krefeld , Germany , to play religious music in a very
small church , because they didn ' t have any money to buy an organ . ... Then , "
Piazzolla recalled with a laugh , " I went back and played it in the church in
Krefeld .

Author: Tom Schnabel

Publisher: Universe Pub

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023087211

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

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Public Radio personality Tom Schnabel spotlights giants of the global genre like the late Sufi singer Nusrat Feteh Ali Kahn and this year's Grammy winner Milton Nascimiento, making "Rhythm Planet" both an antidote to the latest flavor of pop and an affirmation of music's power. 125 illustrations, 25 in color.
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Americas English Ed

Americas  English Ed

... para violão solo SergoeOdur Assact DICÁO INTEGRAL SERGIO & ODAIR
ASSAD PLAY PIAZZOLLA American music ... Sérgio has written some enormous
hits like " Valseana ” and “ Farewell ” — that everybody in the guitar world plays ...

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059172148247120

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Listen to Norway

Listen to Norway

He began to play the it's easier to get jobs . The instrument is bandoneon by
chance in 1988. Now he essential in contemporary music such as plays with the
most prominent European that of Astor Piazzolla . " orchestras and cooperates ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105020850520

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In Bed with Her Italian Boss

In Bed with Her Italian Boss

He ended up living in Italy , where his parents ' family came from , in the late
nineteen - seventies . Nonna actually saw him play in Rome , and said he was
completely amazing . ' He smiled wryly . “ I normally only play Piazzolla for Nonna
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Author: Kate Hardy

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ISBN: 0373820984

Category: Coffeehouses

Page: 184

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Having just been fired, Francesca has three immediate requirements: a coffee, an extremely calorific pastry and a new job. Stopping off at her favorite caf?, Giovanni's, she manages to pick up all three! Working for darkly handsome Giovanni Mazetti is fantastic--except Fran discovers the job comes with a tantalizing caveat: pretending to be his adoring girlfriend! Soon their kisses start happening in private as well as in public, and although Fran knows it's all a game to Giovanni, she can't help wishing his feelings were for real ...
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Fanfare

Fanfare

Hampton's Music Festival , which tried to play around its brief but predictable
appearance . Petering has also written what's billed ... Le grand tango and Four
for tango are played as Piazzolla wrote them . In his brief but colorful program
notes ...

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ISBN: UCSD:31822036335248

Category: Electronic journals

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The Listener

The Listener

In New York , he was introduced to a 13 - year - old bandoneon player , who had
taught himself to play Bach preludes on this beast of an instrument . This was
Piazzolla . He played in Gardel's orchestra and appeared in films with him . In
1954 ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105007800746

Category: Radio broadcasting

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Gramophone

Gramophone

... by Koch Records later in the season . Included on the disc are the Clarinet
Concerto played by soloist David ... El Amor brujo - Pantomime Gismonti Agua e
vinho Ibert Entr ' acte Piazzolla Histoire du Tango . Milonga del ángel .
Decaríssimo ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015057476841

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Culture and Customs of Argentina

Culture and Customs of Argentina

Piazzolla was born in Argentina, but he grew up in New York City where he even
played a bit role as a newspaper seller in the ... of rhythm to the tango, creating a
sound that was difficult for most purists to accept and for most musicians to play.

Author: David William Foster

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313303193

Category: Social Science

Page: 173

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Discusses the traditions, culture, religion, media, literature, and arts of Argentina.
Categories: Social Science

Rhythm Music Magazine

Rhythm Music Magazine

GIDON KREMER The discovery of Piazzolla is like the finding of some exotic and
dangerous potency drug . . . a drug that could bring with it the double - edged
sword of ecstasy and the ... My empathy for him grew while I watched him play .

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ISBN: UCSD:31822024780777

Category: Popular music

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From Tejano to Tango

From Tejano to Tango

The 19405 were the tango's golden decade, and Piazzolla was largely the
product of that decade. Besides, Piazzolla wrote his music for a different
audience. He never changed his essence for money. He wrote and played his
music; he never ...

Author: Walter Aaron Clark

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136536878

Category: Music

Page: 320

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Author of two books on Issac Albeniz, including Issac Albeniz: A Guide to Research (1998), Walter Aaron Clark has compiled thirteen essays that discuss the various aspects of Latin American music. The essays cover the social and political impact the music generated as well as the rhythmic development of the various genres. In this essential book, significant personalities, including Carmen Miranda, are discussed. The scope of the contributors is vast as divergent musical styles such as the Macarena dace craze, Bob Marley's reggae music and the seductive strains of the tango are analyzed.
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Concert Music of the Twentieth Century

Concert Music of the Twentieth Century

She asked him what music he played in Argentina . Piazzolla reluctantly admitted
it was the tango . " I love that music ! " she exclaimed . " But you don ' t play the
piano to perform tangos . What instrument do you play ? " . . . Piazzolla could ...

Author: Mark A. Radice

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111783010

Category: Music

Page: 319

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Concert Music of the Twentieth Century is about "concert music"--music for contemplation rather than for atmosphere. The repertoire discussed in these pages was written by composers with something important to say and with skills to do so. Many of the works discussed tie in with a long-standing, Western European tradition of art music, but an equal voice is given to culturally and ethnically diverse composers active during the past several decades. Radice provides data about the pieces, the composers who wrote them, and the contexts in which they originated. Our understanding and evaluation of music is a dynamic process and one that is subject to change. Music only has meaning within its social contexts, and these are expanding daily. Many non-Western nations have long-standing musical traditions and practices that have entered into the Western mainstream just as Western practices and traditions have influenced the musical cultures of the world to produce new and exciting possibilities for music making. Diversity has been a key element in the selection of topics for discussion, and the examples included here can serve as gateways for other investigations by interested readers. This book is a survey presenting a broad array of representative works. The personalities explored include composers, performers, theorists, teachers, and organizations. In many cases, the information comes directly from composers whom the author has interviewed. The discussions in this book demonstrate that the world of contemporary music is a fascinating one that offers rich rewards to those interested in understanding the vibrant dynamics of concert music.
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A Write of Strings

A Write of Strings

Author: Craig B. Leman

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105124254520

Category: Chamber music

Page: 415

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Categories: Chamber music

Option

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Piazzolla . I. am. 65. years. old . I. play. the. bandoneon . It. is. the. sound. of.
Buenos. Aires. and. the. sound. of. the. tango . ” 328A S stor Piazzolla , the famed
musical rebel from Argentina , invented what is called New Tango . Derived from
the ...

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ISBN: UVA:X002083676

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Coda Magazine

Coda Magazine

Zorn played alto , Mark Dresser was on bass , Tim Berne was on alto , and that
night , both Gerry Hemingway and ... Piazzolla plays a national music . ... The
bandoneon was invented in Germany in the 19th century to play in churches that
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ISBN: UOM:39015013616597

Category: Jazz

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