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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72886
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2021
EAN: 608917288629
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): hiszpański (Argentyna)
Instrumenty: bandoneon, skrzypce
Rodzaj: tango

Piazzolla / Nisinman: Extasis

Challenge Classics - CC 72886
Marcelo Nisinman, bandoneon
Daniel Rowland, violin
Maja Bogdanović, cello
Natacha Kudritskaya, piano
Alberto Mesirca, guitar
Zoran Marković, double bass
Tim Brackman, violin
Floor Le Coultre, viola
Nicky Schwartz, cello
Marcelo Nisinmnan:
Hombre tango
Pourquoi tu te leves
Daniel’s tango (dedicated to Daniel)

Astor Piazzolla:
Milonga del angel
Le grand tango (arr. Nisinman)
Romance del diablo
C’est fini (arr. Nisinman)
Oblivión (arr. Nisinman)
Adios Nonino (arr. Nisinman)
Daniel Rowland: I remember so well the moment I first heard Marcelo play, in the beautiful and historic Holywell Music Room in Oxford, in the autumn of 2009. Marcelo’s version of a magical Piazzolla touched me deeply and I was utterly captivated and fascinated by it: by the depth, the honesty, the raw emotions, the almost unbearable tenderness, the sense of longing, of loss, the fiery passion… That day I decided to dive deeply into the world of tango, and to learn this language from Marcelo. We started playing together, and very soon became a quintet, with superb artists, brilliant musicians, virtuosos, friends, and like minded, inquisitive, musical spirits. Marcelo grew up in Buenos Aires and met Piazzolla as a child, when Astor’s legendary quintet would rehearse at his parents home.

Piazzolla would tell Marcelo: ‘Marcelito, come and stand behind me as we rehearse and follow my printed score, and listen to what I actually play’ - often these two things where very different! This is surely the most direct, and incredible insight into the master’s interpretation of his music that one could possible dream of! We in the quintet very strongly feel this unique connection between Piazzolla and Marcelo, it is a great inspiration. I’m sure that Piazzolla like the young Marcelito so much because he saw not only a serious, of course very talented your artists with a huge tango-heart, but also someone who would push the boundaries of tango, keep innovating and daring to experiment, while respecting the tradition.

Recorded at Studio 150 Bethlehemkerk, 28-30 March 2021. Daniel Rowland plays on violin by Lorenzo Storioni (Cremona 1796), and bow is a Maline. Zoran Markovic plays an eighteenth-century double bass of the Bologna School.

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