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AV 2280

Histoire Du Tango

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Pablo Sáinz Villegas

- (guitar)

Augustin Hadelich

- (violin)

Venue:

American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York

29 Aug - 1 Sept 2012

Producer:

Da-Hong Seetoo



Engineer:

Da-Hong Seetoo



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Violin


Guitar

Total Time - 59:47
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ASTOR PIAZZOLLA

 

Histoire du Tango

 
1 I Bordel 1900 3:57
2 II Cafe 1930 7:23
3 III Nightclub 1960 5:58
4 IV Concert d'aujourd'hui 2:58
   
 

MANUEL DE FALLA

 

Canciones Populares Españolas

 
  arr. Paul Kochanski, Jaume Torrent  
5 El paño moruno 2:14
6 Asturiana 2:23
7 Jota 3:03
8 Nana 1:31
9 Polo 1:30
   
 

NICOLO PAGANINI

 

Sonata Concertata MS 2 in A major

 
10 I Allegro spiritoso 7:20
11 II Adagio assai espressivo 3:33
12 III Rondeau: Allegretto con brio. Scherzando 2:18
   
13 

Mosè Fantasia: Variazioni di bravura su 'Dal tuo stellato soglio'

7:29
  Variations on one string on a theme by Rossini  
 

PABLO DE SARASATE

14 

Zigeunerweisen Op.20

8:10
   


In a short space of time Augustin Hadelich has become one of the most respected and admired violinists of his generation. Two critically acclaimed and Billboard Classical Chart-topping releases for AVIE, a string of major debuts with the likes of the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco, St. Louis and National Symphony Orchestras, multiple awards including an Avery Fisher Career Grant and Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award, have resulted in major media coverage in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Philadelphia Inquirer, among many others, and an ever-widening and adoring fan base.
 
On Histoire du Tango, Augustin conjures a dark and sultry night of fiery, hot-blooded dancing. Partnered by award-winning Spanish guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas, Augustin traces the history of Argentina’s national dance in Piazzola’s title track, stirs up folk, gypsy and flamenco dances which inspired De Falla’s Six Popular Spanish Songs, and tosses off a fusillade of pyrotechnics in works by the pinnacles of 19th-century violin performance, Paganini and Sarasate.
 

 "...Recommended."

Robert Maxham  - Fanfare - November/December 2013


                            CD TIPP

               Music *****       Sound *****

 

Clemens Haustein - Fono Forum magazine - December 2013


 "...this ... disc confirms Augustin Hadelich’s place among the most admired violinists of his generation ... Throughout, the guitar playing of Pablo Sáinz Villagas is absolutely superb, and the recording is nicely balanced."

David Denton - The Strad - May 2013




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