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Critically acclaimed Tango No. 9 is back with their 4th album, recorded live at the Chapel of the Chimes. It features Astor Piazzolla's rarely recorded, austere compositions like "Coral", "Novitango" and "El Gordo Triste", demonstrating the cooler side to the fiery image of tango, while losing none of it's rhythmic excitement. Tango No. 9 commingles traditional tango elements with classical counterpoint, wild jazz improvisation with modern tango, from Piazzolla to Kurt Weill, creating tango nuevo with a unique American twist. Heat and cool. Departures and arrivals. Life and death. Tango No. 9's new CD, "Live at the Columbarium", expresses them all. West coast July tour and radio promotion.
Critically acclaimed Tango No. 9 is back with their 4th album, recorded live at the Chapel of the Chimes. It features Astor Piazzolla's rarely recorded, austere compositions like "Coral", "Novitango" and "El Gordo Triste", demonstrating the cooler side to the fiery image of tango, while losing none of it's rhythmic excitement. Tango No. 9 commingles traditional tango elements with classical counterpoint, wild jazz improvisation with modern tango, from Piazzolla to Kurt Weill, creating tango nuevo with a unique American twist. Heat and cool. Departures and arrivals. Life and death. Tango No. 9's new CD, "Live at the Columbarium", expresses them all. West coast July tour and radio promotion.
884501533379

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Format: CD
Label: SPLH
Catalog: 546
Rel. Date: 07/19/2011
UPC: 884501533379

Live at the Columbarium
Artist: Tango Number 9
Format: CD
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Critically acclaimed Tango No. 9 is back with their 4th album, recorded live at the Chapel of the Chimes. It features Astor Piazzolla's rarely recorded, austere compositions like "Coral", "Novitango" and "El Gordo Triste", demonstrating the cooler side to the fiery image of tango, while losing none of it's rhythmic excitement. Tango No. 9 commingles traditional tango elements with classical counterpoint, wild jazz improvisation with modern tango, from Piazzolla to Kurt Weill, creating tango nuevo with a unique American twist. Heat and cool. Departures and arrivals. Life and death. Tango No. 9's new CD, "Live at the Columbarium", expresses them all. West coast July tour and radio promotion.
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