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Cielo Y Tierra

by Rosa Incaica Trío

New music from Argentina! Interpretations of folk music & tango that merge a chamber music approach with traditional & contemporary repertoire in delicate, emotional arrangements and interpretations.
Genre: World: South American
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1. El Pobrecito
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2:14 album only
2. Allá Lejos Y Hace Tiempo
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5:14 album only
3. Canción Para Bañar La Luna
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2:40 album only
4. El Adiós
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5:07 album only
5. Chaya Del Regreso
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3:23 album only
6. Alumbra
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3:47 album only
7. Del Amor Antiguo
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2:12 album only
8. Chaya Por Toconás
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4:08 album only
9. El Cuántico
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10. El Último Café
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11. Lila
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12. Vidala Para Una Tarde
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13. Que Bonito
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Album Notes
Rosa Incaica Trío:
Annelise Skovmand (voice)
Pablo González Jazey (guitar/arranger/music director)
Pablo Manuel Arroyo (piano/percussion/vocals)

***with special artists:
Raúl Carnota, voice/canto
Luis Alberto Hoyos, voice/canto
Sebastián Ernesto Suárez, voice/canto
Pablo Saraví, violin & viola
Matías Villafañe, violoncello
Stella Maris Marrello, flute/flauta
María Eugenia Marsili, oboe
Juan Manuel Burgos, double bass/contrabajo
Alejandro Ferrara, drums/batería
César Catalán, percussion/percusión
Mariano Cantero, percussion/percusión

About Cielo y Tierra:
“How easy the local transforms into something universal when it is recreated, played or sung with a soul that knows nothing of borders, conventions or customs!... The pieces that come to light for the first time in this production transcend every sense of effort, construction or even composition to bring us closer to a creation that flows as if nothing more is necessary than the feeling of gratitude of being Argentinean and the contentment of being a musician…. All of the profoundly felt experiences converted the guitar into an instrument with no time or space; a voice into a song where, differentiated and integrated, the classical and popular can cohabitate, bearing witness to “the practice of the functional is allied with beauty”; the piano into a polished, yearning instrument with a familiar character: an everlasting and honest love for music.”

---Maestro Andrés Aciar
Professor of Music and Choral Conductor
Buenos Aires, Argentina


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Roberto Espinosa - La Gaceta, Tucuman, Argentina

Poetic aromas and good taste
This is a translation from the review of the CD in Spanish:
“Poetic aromas and good taste…this recording is impregnated with sensations, poetic aromas, musicality and good taste in the arrangements…moments of great artistic quality…it is a caress for the soul, the earth and the heavens.”

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Diego Manso - Ñ Clarín, Buenos Aires

Argentine folk music on a traditional path
Translation of Review in Clarin, Buenos Aires:
"There is a vidala by Luis Sánchez Vera and Pato Gentilini that rips open the earth. Furthermore, it still seems curious the capacity of Skovmand (an American herself) to sing in Argentinean Spanish without ever seeming superficial. I give it my unbridled recommendation.”

This is the text in the original Spanish:
“El folclore por la senda de la tradición…Hay una vidala de Luis Sánchez Vera y el Pato Gentilini que raja la tierra. Por lo demás, sigue resultandonos curiosa la capacidad Skovmand (estadounidense ella) para cantar en el español de la Argentina sin resultar jamás superflua. Se recomienda a rabiar.”