Label: Alerh Records - 035 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin, Pop •
· Lalo Schifrin - Letters From Argentina music CD album at CD Universe, ''Dual Disc'', DVD & CD on one disc, In this musical feast, Schifrin combines tango and Argentinean. Everything Artist Title Song SoundTrack Label.
· Letters from Argentina is Schifrin's affectionate tribute to the music of his homeland, which seems once you know about his origins to have influenced his American music in various ways. The music on this disc is heavy on tangos, with four of the eight compositions included making use of the tango rhythm (track 7, La calle y la luna [The Street and the Moon], is a tango, although it's not 6/10(1).
· His "Tango Del Atardercer," heard at the beginning and end of the CD, mimics Pugliese by melding powerful bass piano chords with soaring strings and playful concertina solos. Sensuality, aggression, danger, love, flirtation -- it brings together the disparate emotional elements that provide such sharp contrast both to the tango itself and to Saura's gorgeous film/10(3).
LETTERS FROM ARGENTINA is the new album from composer Lalo Schifrin. In this musical feast, Lalo combines Tango and Argentinean folk music with classical to create a fresh, new sound reminiscent of his homeland, Argentina. Tango Del Atardecer Pampas Tango Borealis Danza de los Montes Tango a Borges 6.
· But the best material may be Schifrin's original work. His "Tango del Atardercer," heard at the beginning and end of the CD, mimics Pugliese by melding powerful bass piano chords with soaring strings and playful concertina solos. Sensuality, aggression, danger, love, flirtation -- the soundtrack brings together the disparate emotional elements.
- Concerto No. 2 LEstate RV 315 In G Minor - Vivaldi*, Iona Brown, Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields