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Café 1930 Tangos - André Ceccarelli (drums); Arnaud Thorette (viola); Ensemble Contraste; Geneviève Laurenceau (violin); Johan Farjot (piano); Karine Deshayes (mezzo-soprano); Magali Léger (soprano); Raphaël Imbert (saxophone); Raphaël Merlin (cello)
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  1. Adiós Nonino, tango
  2. Oblivion, tango
  3. La paloma, for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  4. L'histoire du tango, tango cycle for flute & guitar: Café 1930
  5. Contrastes, tango
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  1. Adiós Nonino, tango
  2. Oblivion, tango
  3. La paloma, for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  4. L'histoire du tango, tango cycle for flute & guitar: Café 1930
  5. Contrastes, tango
  6. El día que me quieras (The Day When You Love Me), tango song for voice & orchestra
  7. La Misma Pena (Bonsoir), tango
  8. Milonga del ángel, tango (from Ángel series)
  9. Adios Muchachos, for tango ensemble
  10. Invierno porteño, tango (incl. in Cuatro estaciones porteñas)
  11. Tangata, tango
  12. Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile, tango
  13. La Cumparsita, tango
  14. Oblivion, tango
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Café 1930, a program of tangos performed by the piano quartet Ensemble Contraste and guests, starts out very promisingly. The title of the album is not meant to mislead you into thinking this is what might have been heard in an Argentinean café circa 1930. The program is really more about the tango as a form. The name is a movement from the suite L'histoire du tango, originally for flute and guitar, but arranged here for piano quartet plus a choir. Astor Piazzolla's music, like most of Bach's instrumental works or Beatles' ...

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