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Pulsacion

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Pulsacion Nº1
4:51
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Pulsacion Nº2
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Pulsacion Nº4
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Pulsacion Nº5
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Fuga Y Misterio
Artist: Astor Piazzolla
3:16
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Contramilonga A La Funerala
Artist: Astor Piazzolla
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Allegro Tangabile
Artist: Astor Piazzolla
2:52
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Tocata Rea
Artist: Astor Piazzolla
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Tangata Del Alba
Artist: Astor Piazzolla
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 38:19

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Astor Piazzolla helped redefine tango, and this digitally remastered effort showcases that notion in rather superb fashion. Here, the artist’s game plan relates to a film by Uruguayan painter Carlos Paez Vilaro. These tracks emanate from sessions recorded in the late ’60s, featuring Piazzolla performing on the bandoneon along with strings, percussionists, and more. Throughout, the listener is treated to sonorous string passages and regally stated themes. The artists perform with a melodramatic flair, amid emotive sentiment and melodiously articulated lyricism. Yet, Piazzolla’s compositions and arrangements are steeped in knotty time signatures as he draws upon a hodgepodge of disparate elements, resulting in one cohesive entity. Piazzolla’s cinematic musical score translates into a complex work, featuring a bevy of memorably enacted themes and mind-bending orchestrations. A strong effort indeed, despite the rather flat sonic characteristics, which could emanate from the condition of the source material. However, the music supersedes these minor flaws. – Glenn Astarita

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