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Chamberjam Europe - Astor Piazzolla & Marcelo Nisinman (LP)

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The tango has been exalted by a persistent tradition, which involves the constant renewal of the more classical songs with different arrangements, of a very different style. The new direct-to-direct disk of the ChamberJam Europe ensemble accompanies listeners to the discovery of the infinite facets of tango history by means of entirely new works written by Marcelo Nisinman, traditional tangos arrangements and L'histoire du tango of Astor Piazzolla. Hombre Tango is an obsessive compilation piece with irregular rhythm sections, a rather singular feature for tango. In other words, although it is all about tango effects, this song contrasts with the most traditional genre. On the contrary, Oblivion maintains its expressive and subtly melancholic atmosphere, though the new arrangement is completely different from the original one, dramatically draining its characteristic sweetness, especially in the aspect of harmony and counterpoint. Pourquoi tu te leves is instead an almost psychedelic page, which tells the story of a love begun and ended tragically. El Entretrian is officially considered the first tango in the history of Rio de la Plata. The new arrangement has a completely different musical language, precisely the one flourished in Buenos Aires a century later. The histoire du tango is one of Astor Piazzolla's most recent compositions and recalls the story of this genre with four clear snapshots of the same period, namely the new genre (Bordel 1900), the venues where he began to assert himself ( Cafe 1930), the small rooms where Astor Piazzolla performed with his quintet (Nightclub 1960) and modern tango (Tango d'aujourd'hui), which refers to the Eighties.

Recorded in November 2015 at Studio 1 of Emil Berliner Studios by Stephan Flock. Producer: Rainer Maillard and Stephan Flock.


1LP 180g 33rpm / standard sleeve
Realase date:
01 -Jul -2017
Original Label:
Berliner Meister Schallplatten

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