Narciso Saúl | No Tango

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No Tango

by Narciso Saúl

Guitarist and singer, he interprets tangos, milongas and Argentine folk music, as well as his own compositions.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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2. Nicanor Paredes
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3. Viernes Triste
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4. Boulevard Buenos Aires
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5. Milonga Del Consorcio
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6. Sur
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7. Zamba De Juan Panadero
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9. Damasco
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10. Luna
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11. Como Dos Extraños
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12. Ventanita De Arrabal
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Narciso Saúl

Music of Argentina

guitarist, singer, composer, conductor, arranger

Singular guitarist and singer, he interprets tangos, milongas and Argentine folk music as well as his own compositions (World Music).
Influenced by the great modern tango creators, his music is close to jazz and improvisation, and it also explores the milonga, milonga-candombe, zamba and chacarera, Argentine rhythms stemming from African music.
After many years of touring with different ensembles, he started his solo career in 2002. At the moment he plays in different countries across Europe where he also joins in duos, trios and ensembles to play his own arrangements for bandoneon, violin, flute, double bass and percussion.
This CD is the second part of "El Tango de Narciso", Saúl's first solo album; it keeps the same structure, while adding Narciso's own compositions and the voice of tango singer Miguel Beraudi.


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