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Title:

Una Noche en Buenos Aires (CD#1)

Tracks: La chiflada (el silbido) (Aieta)
Color de rosa (Polito/Polito)
El recodo (Junnissi)
Solo se quiere una vez (Florez/Frollo)
Adios marinero (Galucci/Ghiso)
Orgullo criollo (Laurenz/De Caro)
El desbande
El milagro (Pontier/Exposito)
Ojos tristes (Navarrine/Iriarte)
El pillete (De Leone)
Inspiracion (Rubinstein/Paulos)
Como abrazado a un rencor (Rossi/Podesta)
Pigmalion (Piazzolla/Exposito)
El rapido (Firpo)
Haragan (Cadicamo/Romero)
Tiernamente (Bardi/Battistella)
En la huella del adios (Exposito/Stamponi)
La rayuela (De Caro)

All compositions by Astor Piazzolla except where noted.

Group: Piazzolla, Astor
Musicians: Piazzolla (Astor) - 1st bandoneon/arranger/director
di Filippo (Roberto) - 2nd bandoneon
Federico (Leopoldo) - 2nd bandoneon
Sallago (Isidoro) - 3rd bandoneon
Alfonsin (Abelardo) - 3rd bandoneon
Toppi (Vicente) - 4th bandoneon
Luongo (Jorge) (my long lost uncle? :-) - 4th bandoneon
Baralis (Hugo) - 1st violin
Ribas (Andres) - 2nd violin
Fernandez (Rodolfo) - 3rd violin
Caballaro (Carmelo) - 3rd violin
Casagrande (Victorio) - viola
Molo (Angel) - violoncello
Federighi (Jose) - violoncello
Stampone (Atilio) - piano
Andreotta (Valentin) - bass
Campoamor (Aldo) - vocals
Insua (Hector) - vocals
Fontan Luna (Alberto) - vocals
Label: EMI-Odeon
Country: Japan
Catalog number: TOCP-50668-2
Media: CD
Year of release: 1998
Studio or Live: Studio
Year of performance: 1947
Description:
Style: The 'Traditional' Piazzolla (1940-1955)
Comments: This is a double CD reissue in Japan from the early years of Piazzolla. These songs were recorded between 1945 and 1956 and the musicians are the combined group that constituted Piazzolla's orchestra during those years, no data exists as of who plays exactly on what song. Tracks 1-2 are from the Fiorentino Orchestra (directed by Piazzolla), 1945, and are issued on CD for the first time. All other tracks except the last two are from 1946-47 by Piazzolla and his Orchestra (all previously released in "Se Armo" and "El Desbande"). The last two tracks are by Piazzolla and String Orchestra (1956) and are also first release on CD.

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