Tango Argentino: Madame Ivonne

Tango Argentino: Madame Ivonne

by Trio Pantango


Product Details

Release Date: 09/27/2011
Label: Arc Music
UPC: 5019396234628
catalogNumber: 2346

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Trio Pantango   Primary Artist
Guillermo Destaillats   Bandoneon,Group Member
Fernando RUbin Saglia   Guitar,Group Member
Michael Elvermann   Clarinet,Group Member
Dirk Lüking   Double Bass,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Astor Piazzolla   Composer
Pablo Cárcamo   Producer,Engineer
Trio Pantango   Liner Notes
Horst Tubbesing   Executive Producer
Diz Heller   Liner Notes,translation,Liner Note Translation
Enrique Santos Discépolo   Composer
Juan de Dios Filiberto   Composer
Jeannine Blanpain   translation,Liner Note Translation
Troilo   Composer
Discepolo   Composer
Alex Croft   Cover Design,Layout

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Tango Argentino: Madame Ivonne 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Dean_Frey More than 1 year ago
Trio Pantango have been making music to much acclaim since 1993, and their latest disc, from ARC, provides a fine selection of tangos and other dances from Argentina. It's nice to hear some tangos from other composers besides Piazzolla. The title track, Madame Ivonne, by Eduardo Pereyra, is a stand-out, as is Alberto Castillo's sad Silbando. This is not to say that the musicians don't do a fine job with the more well-known works by Piazzolla. Verano porteno, from the Cuatro estaciones porteñas suite, is my favourite piece by Piazzolla, and the Trio Pantanto produce solid forward propulsion to the piece. Bandoneonista Guillermo Destaillats and guest bassist Dirk Luking provide suitable emotive power in the sad middle part without going over the top. The disc ends with guitarist Fernando Rubin Saglia playing Quique Sinesi's atmospheric piece for solo guitar Contra viento y marea (Against wind and tide).