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Violino Latino - Arabella Steinbacher (violin); Peter von  Wienhardt (piano)
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  1. Libertango, tango
  2. Adiós Nonino, tango
  3. Estrellita for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  4. Danza Espanola, for orchestra (from "La Vida Breve")
  5. La Gitana for violin & piano (after an 18th century Arabo-Spanish Gypsy song)
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  1. Libertango, tango
  2. Adiós Nonino, tango
  3. Estrellita for voice & piano (or orchestra)
  4. Danza Espanola, for orchestra (from "La Vida Breve")
  5. La Gitana for violin & piano (after an 18th century Arabo-Spanish Gypsy song)
  6. Pampeana No. 1, for violin & piano, Op. 16
  7. Milonga del ángel, tango (from Ángel series)
  8. Ritual Fire Dance, for orchestra (from "El Amor brujo")
  9. Espańa, album leaves (6) for piano, Op. 165, B. 37: No. 2. Tango
  10. Braziliera, arranged by Jascha Heifetz for violin & piano (from Scaramouche)
  11. Suite Populaire Espagnole, for violin & piano (arr. from "Popular Spanish Songs" by Kochanski): Nana
  12. Suite Populaire Espagnole, for violin & piano (arr. from "Popular Spanish Songs" by Kochanski): Polo
  13. O canto do cysno negro (Song of the Black Swan), for violin & piano, A. 123
  14. Salsa for BBWL, for violin & piano
  15. Bossa Merengova, for violin & piano
  16. Oblivion, tango
  17. Revirado, tango
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Violinist Arabella Steinbacher and pianist Peter von Wienhardt unite here on Violino Latino for truly a spectacular performance. Steinbacher's playing is, in a word, sexy. Though of German descent, her playing is filled with all of the hot-blooded passion, rhythmic vitality, and take-no-prisoners risk taking necessary to make these works truly memorable. Heard here on a new instrument (or rather, a much older instrument -- the 1736 "Muntz" Stradivarius) than what was on her previous recordings, the sound she achieves is ...

Violino Latino 2006, Orfeo

UPC: 4011790686127

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