'Tango: Zero Hour' by Astor Piazzolla - Wed, Mar. 1, 9pm EST

Ástor Piazzolla is often described as the Duke Ellington of tango. Merging it with elements of jazz, pop and classical Ástor Piazzolla reinvented the traditional Argentinian music and created Tango Nuevo. In 1986, six years before his death, he released Tango: Zero Hour which he considered to be the finest work of his career.  Of Tango: Zero Hour, Piazzolla is quoted as saying: ”We gave our souls to [it]." Well, that’s certainly enough to get me excited about it!  

And with that we arrive at the first tango album of the “Album Night” series. Join “Album Night” on Wednesday, March 1st at 9pm EST and escape on a musical journey to South America. 

PS. Here are the players:
Ástor Piazzolla – bandoneon, arranger
Hector Console – bass
Horacio Malvicino – guitar
Fernando Suarez Paz – violin
Pablo Ziegler – piano

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'Tango: Zero Hour' by Astor Piazzolla

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