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When he was seventeen, Piazzolla heard a tango group and immediately fell in love with the music. He served periods of apprenticeship with Anibal Troilo, Alberto Ginastera, and with Nadia Boulanger in Paris. Having absorbed jazz elements from New York’s musical scene, Piazzolla set out to synthesize the traditional with the avant-garde. Like Chopin in the nineteenth century, Piazzolla found the medium for his harmonic innovations in an older, formalized dance. He created a new form by introducing chromaticism and dissonance to the tango.

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Cinco Piezas • Five Pieces - 21:04
© 1981 Edizioni BÈRBEN, Ancona, Italy
1 I Campero 4:59
2 II Romántico 5:02
3 III Acentuado 3:29
4 IV Triston 4:27
5 V Compadre 3:07
Las Cuatro Estationes Porteñas
© 1987 Michael MacMeeken, Chanterelle Verlag, Heidelberg.
6 I Primavera Porteña 3:45
7 II Verano Porteño 4:06
8 III Otoño Porteño 3:37
9 IV Invierno Porteño 4:40
Suite from the Opera Maria
© 1973 Editorial LAGOS, Buenos Aires, Argentina
10 I Alevare 1:24
11 II Tema de Maria 5:56
12 III Milonga Carrieguera 4:08
13 IV Poema Valseado 3:05
14 V Tangata del Alba 3:49
15 VI Finale 1:12

 

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