Astor Piazzolla
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Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla (1921) mixed tango with classical music to compose innovative works such as: Buenos Aires (1951), for symphonic orchestra and two bandoneons, several chamber pieces in the 1950s for his Octeto Buenos Aires (two bandoneons, two violins, double bass, cello, piano, electric guitar), several pieces for quintet (bandoneon, violin, bass, piano, and electric guitar) throughout the 1960s, Tres Tangos Sinfonicos (1963), the tango opera Maria de Buenos Aires (1967), Balada Para un Loco (1969), the film soundtrack Pulsacion (1969), several works for his Conjunto Electronico, the oratorio El Pueblo Joven (1971), the concept Libertango (1974), the jazz collaboration with with saxophonist Gerry Mulligan Summit (1974), the Concerto For Bandoneon (1979), Le Grand Tango (1982) for cello and piano, the Concierto para Quinteto, off the album Tango Zero Hour (1986), the Suite for Vibraphone and New Tango Quintet (1986) with jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton, the suite La Camorra, off La Camorra (1988), the theater suite The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night (1991). (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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