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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: ZM201607
  • UPC: 880956160726
  • Street Date: 07/07/17
  • PreBook Date: 06/02/17
  • Label: Zoho »
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Run Time: 63 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2016
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English


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Julio Botti & Pablo Ziegler - Sax To Tango

Latin Grammy winner Ziegler creates a rich orchestral canvas behind Botti's saxophone, in Tangos by Piazzolla, Ziegler.

Julio Botti & Pablo Ziegler - Sax To Tango
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ZOHO Music is honored and proud to showcase Sax To Tango, the second CD collaboration between Argentine born, but New York domiciled saxophonist Julio Botti and his celebrated mentor and colleague, Nuevo Tango pianist, arranger and composer Pablo Ziegler. Their first collaboration "Tango Nostalgias" (ZOHO ZM 201207) featured two classic quintet settings, recorded in Buenos Aires and New York, respectively, with an occasional string quartet accompaniment. It achieved a Latin Grammy nomination in the "Best Tango Album" category in 2013. Their new project, Sax To Tango, is far more ambitious in the scope of its arrangements and orchestration. It features The University of Southern Denmark Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Argentine conductor Saul Zaks in a selection of nine iconic Astor Piazzolla nuevo tangos, one Tango standard, and three compositions by Pablo Ziegler. The recording sessions for this album were scheduled in connection with a live concert of this material on June 9 and 10, 2015. Following are producer-composer-pianist Pablo Ziegler's thoughts on the Sax To Tango project: It is a great pleasure for me to present this new project for saxophone and orchestra. Saxophone was never a traditional tango instrument, but Julio Botti found a way to express Nuevo Tango through the saxophone just like a tango singer. That is why I consider Julio an extremely unique and talented artist. Primavera Porteña is a part of Piazzolla's composition Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas ("The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires"), inspired by Vivaldi's "Four Seasons". Primavera Porteña ("Buenos Aires Spring") was world premiered in Buenos Aires, and recorded by the composer in 1969 along with Invierno Porteño ("Buenos Aires Winter"). Although Piazzolla ended up composing a similar four-part cycle to Vivaldi, celebrating the seasons in Buenos Aires, these parts were composed at different times, and were not primarily intended to be performed together.

Track Listing

  • Primavera Porteña
  • Invierno Porteño
  • Nieblas Del Riachuelo
  • Años De Soledad
  • Fuga Y Misterio
  • Oblivion
  • Rojotango
  • Flor De Lino
  • Otoño Porteño
  • Verano Porteño
  • Milonga En El Viento
  • La Rayuela
  • Libertango

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