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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72766
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2018
EAN: 608917276626
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): hiszpański (Argentyna)
Instrumenty: skrzypce, kontrabas


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Piazzolla: Angeles y Diablos

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Isabelle van Keulen Ensemble:
Isabelle van Keulen, violin
Christian Gerber, bandoneon
Ulrike Payer, piano
Rudiger Ludwig, double bass
Allegro tangabile
La Camorra I
Romance del diablo
Vayamos al diablo
Tango del diablo
Poema valseado
Fuga y misterio
Introduccion al angel
Milonga del angel
Muerte del angel
Resurreccion del angel
Without losing the romance, the violence, eroticism and devotion of the traditional tango that he saw as empty and hollowed out, Piazzolla renewed and modified it with elements of European art music, Argentine folklore and jazz, and thus tango took on a new meaning and shape.

The writer Alberto Rodriguez Munoz approached Piazzolla in 1961 with a request to write music for his play Tango del ángel, which is about an angel appearing in an apartment block in Buenos Aires to cleanse the souls of its inhabitants. The titles Introducción al ángel, Milonga del ángel, and Muerte del ángel were created. The latter, a four-part fugue with hard, uncompromising harmonies and rhythms, impressively shows how far Piazzolla pushed the boundaries of traditional tango.

When the play was performed in 1962, even the previously hostile parts of the musical public in Argentina had to admit how fitting and successful this music was and the titles, especially Milonga del ángel, gained extraordinary popularity.

The motives of angel, Ángel, and devil, Diablo, appear in many of the tangos composed by Astor Piazzolla: "In my story, angels and devils mix - you have to have something in everything."

For a concert with his quintet at the Philharmonic Hall in New York in 1965, he wrote the series of Diablo titles: the spooky Tango del diablo, the intimate Romance del diablo and the wild, lashing Vayamos al diablo.

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