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Orquestango

by Daniel Binelli & Polly Ferman with Montevideo Philharmonic

Orquestango is an instrumental show centered on the "Progressive Tango" that, led by Astor Piazzolla, revolutioned the genre at the end of the fifties. Orquestango gathers several innovative proposals that foster tango development.
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. A Fuego Lento
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2. Milonga Casi Candombe
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3. A Don Agustín Bardi
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4. Preludio y Candombe
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5. Metrópolis
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6. Imágenes de Buenos Aires
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7. Oblivión
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8. Tres Tangos Sinfónicos
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9. Alfonsina y el Mar
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Binelli and Ferman continue to develop and further the appreciation of tango, milonga, candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in a unique bandoneon / piano partnership. Since making their American Duo debut in January 2000 in New York City, they tour extensively and have performed throughout the Far East, including the major cities of Tokyo, Beijing and Shanghai, as well as in Australia, Switzerland, France, Portugal and they have appeared in New York City, Chicago, Colorado, Dallas, Fort Worth and Miami in the U.S.
Their performances reflect the elegance and subtlety of the Tango, the sauciness of the Milonga, the romance of the Waltz, and the temperament and power of contemporary Tango.

The Duo has recorded the CD "Imagenes," which is available on Romeo Records and EPSA Music, and "ORQUESTANGO" , with the Montevideo Philarmonic.

"Masterly wedding of authentic native impulses in the context of a refined classical construction"
(LA NACION - Buenos Aires)


DANIEL BINELLI

Daniel Binelli, internationally renowned composer and master of the bandoneon, performs extensively throughout the world. Since his successful 1998 tour of Japan with the National Symphony Orchestra of Argentina, he has been a sought after soloist in the Far East as well as in Europe and the Americas. In October 2001, he appeared with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall under the baton of Charles Dutoit.
At the invitation of Maestro Dutoit, he appeared with the Australian Symphony Orchestra in September, 2003 in Sidney and with the Philadelphia Orchestra in February 2004. In 1989, Mr. Binelli toured Brazil, Chile, Germany, Spain, and France with Astor Piazzolla and his New Tango Sextet. Binelli's knowledge of Tango has earned him the most respected proponent of Piazzolla's musical legacy. He has recorded over 30 CDs with whom he worked for 14 years. Daniel Binelli is the Musical Director of Tango Metropolis as well as the Binelli Quintet.

"Mr. Binelli brought florid virtuosity and high-pressure emotionalism to "Aconcagua"
New York Times


POLLY FERMAN

One of world's leading interpreters of the music of the Americas, POLLY FERMAN continues to captivate audiences with her outstanding performances of the music of Piazzolla, Villa Lobos, Ginastera, Gottschalk, Nazareth and Gershwin. Her mastery of this literature prompted The Japan Times to recognize her as a
"Musical Ambassador of the Americas". Trained as a classical pianist, Ms. Ferman has appeared with the Indianapolis Symphony, Tokyo City Philharmonic Jarkow Philharmonic (Ukraine), as well as the symphony orchestras of Manila, Sao Paulo and the National Symphony of Argentina. Her performances in recital have taken her from her native Montevideo to Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and New York, as well as to Paris, London, Berlin, Rome, St. Petersburg, Jerusalem, Tokyo, Manila and Beijing. She has recorded extensively and her highly praised "Habaneras, Milongas, Tangos" is available on Romeo Records.
"Ferman ´s pianism is superb and of a kind no longer common".
American Record Guide


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Tamara Turner, CD Baby


Ahh, it's time to grab that thorny red rose and jam it between your teeth. This is tango at its most dramatic, fleshy and evocative. This is fully orchestral tango incorporating not only the progressive tango style which revolutionized the genre, but also the rich, classical tradition of Latin American composers and other Latin American musical forms such as the milonga and candombe. Featuring and highlighting the piano and bandoneon, the Montevideo Philharmonic sparkles with the rich, full-bodied color that only an orchestra can deliver. Sprinkling the album with some lilting waltzes, Orquestango explodes with passion wrapped up in red satin flair.

Leslie A

Excellent production
It's not easy to bring Tango to an orchestral setting. But when all involved carry it in their veins, things end up being as compelling as here. Highly recommended.

vtlqq

Excellent uruguayan tango
I am not surprised at the excellency of this wonderful CD. I decided to buy it when I read it was interpreted by the renowned Philharmonic of Montevideo,the biggest tango ensemble in the world.

Several years ago, I visited the capital of Uruguay and attended a FANTASTIC tango concert by the Philharmonic of Montevideo conducted by Federico García Vigil. It was an overwhelming experience to see a full philharmonic interpret tango, together with 4 bandoneon players, 2 singers and four fabulous dancers of uruguayan tango. The whole show remained in my mind and in my heart. Now, while listening to this CD, which also includes two great interpreters- Binelli and Ferman-, my mind went back to my visit to Uruguay and relived the whole experience with great satisfaction.

Great music by great musicians. This is high-class tango from Uruguay to the world.

Den Mark Wichar

Fantastico!
After Ferman, Binelli, & Vigil performed with Vancouver (Washington) Symphony recently, it was amazing to find the three on a disc from, where else, CD Baby! The concert was fantastic, & so is the disc.

Laurie W.

Excellent in every respect!
The Philharmonic Orchestra of Montevideo,Uruguay is the best tango ensemble in the whole world. This is the only opportunity one can get to listen to good Rio de la Plata tango ( also known as Uruguayan and Argentine tango) at its best. I happened to attent a concert of the Philharmonic of Montevideo when they performed in Egypt and I fell totally in love with the magic and perfection of their performance. This is tango interpreted by remarkable musicians and if we consider the addition of an excellent pianist like Mrs Ferman and a remarkable bandoneon player like Mr Binelli, then there's nothing else a good music lover can ask for.
If you are really interested in knowing what authentic, high class Rio de la Plata tango is like, get this CD. You'll love the passion and strength coming from every sound.