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  1. Five songs were recorded live in Milan in with the quintet. Suite Punta del Este was recorded live in Caracas, Venezuela, in , A. Piazzolla: bandoneon and the Caracas Chamber Orchestra (possibly the only version on which Piazzolla himself plays, the same version has been released on 5/5(1).
  2. Obviously, although this suite is one of his best compositions, he didn't find the time to record it again with a full orchestra. Apart for the suite, this CD also contains other pieces played live by Piazzolla on several occasions. One of the most notable of these being "Chin chin", which is dedicated to the sharks Astor used to fish in the ocean.4/5(4).
  3. Live & Studio Astor Piazzolla Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 4 ratings. and wasn't deceived. The quality of recordings is sometimes a bit sloppy on some tracks (e.g., la Introduccion a la Suite Punta del Este) because of live recording. Anyway, this album is a great tour of Piazzolla 4/5(4).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live & Studio - Astor Piazzolla on AllMusic - Suite Punta Del Este [Intro/Live] Astor Piazzolla. Amazon: 9: Michelangelo '70 [Live] Astor Piazzolla. Amazon:
  5. Suite Punta del Este, an Album by Astor Piazzolla. Released in on Personality (catalog no. PRS ; CD). Genres: Tango Nuevo.
  6. On tracks to , , , , Astor Piazzolla is accompanied by an ensemble who's members are not credited. Tracks to , to , to recorded August , .
  7. Apart for the suite, this CD also contains other pieces played live by Piazzolla on several occasions. One of the most notable of these being "Chin chin", which is dedicated to the sharks Astor used to fish in the ocean. A brave man indeed! This is an important CD which is recommended for all lovers of Piazzolla.3/5(1).
  8. 表演者: Astor Piazzolla 专辑类型: Live 介质: Audio CD 发行时间: 出版者: Ans Records 唱片数: 1 条形码: 豆瓣评分. 20 人 Suite Punta del Este (Intro).
  9. Astor Pantaleón Piazzolla (Spanish pronunciation: Italian pronunciation: [pjatˈtsɔlla]; March 11, – July 4, ) was an Argentine tango composer, bandoneon player, and arranger. His works revolutionized the traditional tango into a new style termed Nuevo tango, incorporating elements from jazz and classical music.A virtuoso bandoneonist, he regularly performed his own compositions.

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