Franz Halasz - Guitarra Mía: Tangos by Gardel Piazzolla (2017)

Franz Halasz - Guitarra Mía: Tangos by Gardel Piazzolla (2017)

Artist: Franz Halasz
Title: Guitarra Mía: Tangos by Gardel & Piazzolla
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: BIS
Genre: Classical, Guitar
Quality: flac lossless +booklet
Total Time: 01:03:43
Total Size: 252 mb

01. La Muerte del Ángel (Arr. B. Benítez for Guitar)
02. Mi Buenos Aires Querido (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar)
03. Las 4 Estaciones Porteñas: I. Primavera Porteña (Arr. B. Benítez for Guitar)
04. Vuelvo al Sur (Arr. A. Miolin for Guitar)
05. Guitarra Mía (Arr. F. Halász for Guitar)
06. La Última Grela (Arr. J. Falk for Guitar)
07. Criollita de Mis Ensueños (Arr. D. Kres for Guitar)
08. Sus Ojos Se Cerraron (Arr. J. Falk for Guitar)
09. El Día Que Me Quieras (Arr. V. Villadangos for Guitar)
10. Triunfal (Arr. V. Villadangos for Guitar)
11. Por Una Cabeza (Arr. F. Halász for Guitar)
12. Cuando Tú No Estás (Arr. D. Kres for Guitar)
13. Volver (Arr. D. Kres for Guitar)
14. 5 Piezas para Guitarra: No. 1, Campero
15. 5 Piezas para Guitarra: No. 2, Romántico
16. 5 Piezas para Guitarra: No. 3, Acentuado
17. 5 Piezas para Guitarra: No. 4, Tristón
18. 5 Piezas para Guitarra: No. 5, Compadre

The origins of the tango are debatable, but few would disagree in naming Carlos Gardel the first great figure of the genre. Beginning his career as a folk singer, Gardel is also generally regarded as the creator of sung tango, tango canción. In the course of some 25 years, he wrote a large number of songs, recorded numerous discs and acted in several films, achieving international stardom. All the Gardel songs heard here featured in films produced between 1932 and 1935. Lending its title to the present disc, Guitarra, guitarra mía was the last song Gardel recorded, shortly before he died in a plane crash in June 1935. Only months earlier, he had encountered a young boy who had a walk-on part in his last film – a striking coincidence, as the boy was Astor Piazzolla, alongside Gardel the most influential figure in the history of the tango. In contrast to Gardel, however, Piazzolla was for a long time the black sheep of traditional tango, eager to explore art music and jazz and to incorporate elements of both in his own music, which became known as nuevo tango. Written for the ensembles that he played and toured worldwide with, pieces such as La muerte del ángel and Vuelvo al sur became immortal. Himself a bandoneon player, Piazzolla often included guitar in his ensembles, but did not compose for solo guitar until in the 1980s, when he wrote the Cinco Piezas that close the disc. Along with numerous arrangements, these have entered the guitar repertoire and are here performed by the German guitarist Franz Halász, who on recent discs for BIS has impressed the critics to the point of winning a Latin Grammy Award in 2015 with a disc of chamber music by Radamés Gnattali.

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