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CARLOS QUILICI AND LOS TAURAS TANGO

LOS TAURAS TANGO are one of the notable Tango groups to be formed in Argentina in this current era of Tango.

Created as a quartet in 1995 at the Music School of the Rosario National University and becoming a quintet in 2002, the group has played many times in the city of Rosario  and its surroundings districts.

Their repertoire includes tangos of all times, most of them for dancing, plus their own compositions, searching for a balance between tradition and the avant-garde, but at all times respecting the original melodies.

In September 2000 the quartet launched their first CD entitled "Rasgo", which was followed in 2003 by the 2nd CD entitled "¿Bailamos?" ("Shall we dance?") with classic pieces by great tango composers and new compositions by Carlos Quilici, all with a dancing character. Carlos is one of that rare breed of musicians/composers/directors who understands a dancers needs (being a good dancer himself...!), and therefore his music has a strong rhythm driving through it.

This 3rd CD was recorded live whilst on tour in Turin, Italy and Oslo, Norway

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Gallo Ciego

Tango

Augustin Bardi

3.

Julián

Tango

Edgardo Donato

 

4.

Arrabal Viking

Tango

Carlos Quilici

 

5.

Ensueños

Tango

Luis Brighenti

 

6.

Milongacita

Milonga

Carlos Quilici

 

7.

La Revancha

Tango

Pedro Laurenz

 

8.

Taconeando

Tango

Pedro Maffia

 

9.

Tierra Querida

Tango

Julio de Caro

 

10.

La Yumba

Tango

Osvaldo Pugliese

 

11.

El andarriego

Tango

Alfredo Gobbi

 

12.

Independiente

Tango

Augustin Bardi

 

13.

Milonguero viejo

Tango

Carlos di Sarli

14.

Gauchita sueca

Milonga

Carlos Quilici

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Japón... Japón

Vals

Fernando Tell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LOS RANAS - tango + electronica

On this short CD Carlos Quilici and his fellow musicians explore the possibilities offered by the fusion of traditional tango instruments (the bandoneon, piano and guitar) and the electronic age of computerisation and sound sampling.  The result is a fascinating peek into what could be the future of tango...  a genre known today as “tango nuevo”.

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