Sin Palabras

Cuarteto SolTango

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Genre
Classical, Chamber Music
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C-Avi
Released
May 10, 2019

Format: Compact Disc

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Description

The second album from the highly successful Cuarteto SolTango, featuring the Dutch Cellist Karel Bredenhorst, comprises arrangements by Tango composers in the style of famous band leaders from the Golden Age: Anibal Troilo, Osvaldo Pugliese, Horacio Salgan and Lucio Demare.

The title of this album and its opening number is, aptly, Sin Palabras ("without words"). This album aims to transport the listener straight into the atmosphere of a traditional milonga (a musical evening with a special type of dance), and it is structured in tandas, all separated by cortinas. Each tango tanda is in the style of a famous band leader from the Golden Age.

Today tango DJs play cortinas from a variety of different genres ranging from pop to jazz to classical music. In between each tanda, the members of Cuarteto SolTango present short solo or duo pieces that reflect their background as diverse and creative musicians. Collectively they bring their personal stories together to explore the rich heritage of tango.

Cuarteto SolTango's unique ensemble of violin, cello, bandoneon and piano brings the music of the Golden Age of Tango to life by combining traditional orchestral sound with the true spirit of chamber music. Since it was founded in 2008, the quartet has regularly been invited to perform the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, the Heidelberg Spring, Grachtenfestival Amsterdam and the Bayerischer Rundfunk studio concerts.
The ensemble performs artful instrumentations by founder Martin Klett, who has made a name for himself as a versatile, international prize-winning pianist. Dutch cellist Karel Bredenhorst, also a
founding member, brings his experience as a versatile chamber musician and from experimental
crossover projects. Violinist Thomas Reif was appointed concertmaster of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra at the age of 26 and has been awarded various international prizes. Norwegian Andreas Rokseth, on the bandoneon, graduated as the best bandoneonist in the history of the Codarts University in Rotterdam. He has thrilled argentine audiences at the Buenos Aires Festival y Mundial.
SolTango has wowed audiences live on stage at Tango shows and international tango festivals in Dusseldorf, Ghent, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Oldenburg, Leipzig and more. They have performed with world-renowned dance couples from Europe and Buenos Aires.

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Key Value
Catalogue number AVI8553424
Barcode 4260085534241
Number of items 1
Packaging type Digipak
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Mores: Tangos in the style of Aníbal Troilo Sin palabras -
2. Juan de Dios Filiberto: Tangos in the style of Aníbal Troilo Yo te Bendigo -
3. Troilo: Tangos in the style of Aníbal Troilo Maria -
4. Karel Bredenhorst: Samba (cello & loop station) -
5. Fernando Montoni: La vida es una Milonga -
6. Machingo Abalos / Rodolfo Abalos: Carnavalito -
7. Mores: Estampa de Varon -
8. Bach: Gigue from the Partita No. 3 in E Major BWV 1006 -
9. Juan Caldarella: Tangos in the style of Osvaldo Pugliese Pastoral -
10. Salvador Grupillo: Tangos in the style of Osvaldo PuglieseTangos in the style of Osvaldo Pugliese Raza Criolla (El Taita) -
11. Roberto Peppe: Tangos in the style of Osvaldo Pugliese El Refran -
12. Bach: Sinfonia in G Major BWV 796 (bandoneon & cello) -
13. Roberto Garza: 3 Tangos in the style of Lucio Demare No te apures Carablanca -
14. Jose Raul Iglesias: 3 Tangos in the style of Lucio Demare Igual que un bandoneon -
15. Francisco Pracanico: 3 Tangos in the style of Lucio Demare Alhucema -
16. Julie Rokseth: Noctilucas (bandoneon solo) -
17. Enrique Francini: 3 Tango Valses Una triste verdad -
18. Antonio Sureda: 3 Tango Valses Ilusion marina -
19. Juan Maglio: 3 Tango Valses Violetas -
20. Chopin: Prelude in c sharp minor Op. 28 No. 10 – Molto allegro (piano solo) -
21. Felice: Tangos in the style of Horacio Salgán Sentimental y canyengue -
22. Juan Carlos Cobian: 3 Tangos in the style of Horacio Salgán Mi refugio -
23. Horacio Salgan: 3 Tangos in the style of Horacio Salgán A fuego lento -