Tango Concertante - Tangos sin palabras

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“Tango is a sad thought that can be danced." This sentence by the great tango lyricist Enrique Santos Discépolo is considered the most beautiful description of the Latin American dance. The Berlin quintet “Tango Concertante“ gives the tango a new sound, one that is not only made for dancing, but also for enraptured listening. This tango is sound, melody and rhythm, joyful and sad at the same time. The multifaceted repertoire is wild and amusing, light and melancholy. You find full-fledged composed works with almost classical part writing, as well as sensuous, jazzy improvisations. “Tango Concertante” is a group that lends the tango a new and exciting voice through virtuosity and a consciousness of tradition. The arrangements for saxophone, violin, guitar, piano and double bass thrill the listener with their refinements and their vivacious interpretation.

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recorded: 2002
time: 60:01
Musicians: Roland Schmitt: saxophones Miriam Risch: violin Oliver Fartach-Naini: guitar Roman Hengge: piano Oliver Potratz: double bass

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