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Fernando Otero: Vital
 
 
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Fernando Otero, piano. Nick Danielson, violin. Patricio Villarejo, cello. Jonathan Powell, trumpet, & others.
Label World Village
Format cutout CD
Runtime/Release Date 35'47/2009
UPC 713746809423
Daedalus Item Code 37204
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(2010 Latin Grammy Award Winner for Best Classical Album) Tango is a jumping-off point for Fernando Otero, the virtuosic composer-pianist from Argentina who has collaborated with Paquito D'Rivera, the Kronos Quartet, the Chico O'Farrill Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra, Dave Grusin, and Quincy Jones.

"The expressive drama of tango generally animates his compositions."—NYTimes

"His works share a classical chamber music orientation, as well as passages of jazz improvisation. In a way Otero is taking the tango-based symphonic music of Piazzolla into the chamber music area, but with a bow to more avant contemporary composers than Piazzolla favored. Some of these pieces would fit well into a concert of works by Bartok, Ligeti or Crumb."—Audiophile Audition

"Featuring a palette of bandoneon, guitar, violin, cello, double bass, tenor sax, trumpet, trombone, and drums, Vital ranges from the romantic fullness of 'Aguaribay' and 'La abundancia'; to the exigent neo-tango sensibility of 'Nocturno,' 'Globalización,' 'Siderata,' and 'Danza'; and the eccentric chamber explorations of 'Reforma mental,' 'La casa vacia,' 'Noche iluminada,' and 'Fin de revision'."—Roots World

 
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