- Astor Piazzolla: Primavera Portena - Parts (Mixed Ensemble)
- Primavera Portena - Violin
- Primavera portena, tango (incl. in Cuatro estaciones portenas [The Four Seasons])
- astor piazzolla - primavera portena (for strings orchestra and solo violin)
Astor Piazzolla: Primavera Portena - Parts (Mixed Ensemble)
The Cuatro Estaciones Portenas, also known as the Estaciones Portenas or The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires, are a set of four tango compositions written by Astor Piazzolla, Primavera Portena (Buenos Aires Spring) written infilm come the
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More info about shipping. Piazzolla displayed a marked modernist inclination. He firmly believed that new musical criteria should be incorporated to the tango, especially in relation to its harmonic and formal contents. He always knew, although he was not arrogant about it, the scope and significance of his work, geared towards a universalisation of the tango which could not have been achieved through any other path than that of artistic excellence. The performance, in which I also partici- pated, was held on December 23, in Montevideo. On July 5, , after two years of struggling against a terrible illness, the emi- nent musician died in Buenos Aires.
As with its companion pieces, several arrangements exist. Meanwhile, over the tango counterpart to a walking bass, whatever bowed instrument is at hand produces Piazzolla 's trademark "chicharra" effect, a raspy, cricket-like sound generated when the bow is scraped over the wrapping of the third string. This accounts for the first 15 seconds of the six-minute piece. From here, the main theme passes among the instruments with tiny variations, the texture thickening, the intensity growing. A contrasting motif makes a brief appearance; it's really just an inversion of the main tune. At last, a true second section emerges after a pause.
Primavera Portena - Violin
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Primavera portena, tango (incl. in Cuatro estaciones portenas [The Four Seasons])
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Piazzolla - Primavera portena from "Cuatro Estaciones Portenas" (Gidon Kremer & Kremerata Baltica)
astor piazzolla - primavera portena (for strings orchestra and solo violin)