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A solo piano piece released by Carlos Aguirre in 2006, containing many standard and popular songs. This is an important work that can not be overlooked when talking about the career of Carlos Aguirre, who has just reached maturity as a musician, with a total of 13 songs that depict the rich imagery scenery that spreads from the keyboard with beautiful melodies and deep reverberations. , Long-awaited analog record as a complete limited edition. Three masterpieces under the name of Carlos Aguirre Grupo, 'Crema' (2000), 'Rojo' (2004), 'Violeta' (2008), 'Origania' (2012) under the solo name, 'La Musica del Agua - Water Music (2018), Karma (2017) under the name of a trio, and Ba Siendo Tiempo (22) with the five-piece guitar quintet. Carlos Aguirre is reaching maturity as a musician, breaking new ground each time. Since he started composing at the age of 17, he has always wanted to make a solo album on the piano, an instrument he has been familiar with since childhood. . It contains a number of famous songs that project the dynamism of life, majestic natural scenery, and childhood memories. It opened with 'Pampa', which many people remember as the first song that was always played on the first tour to Japan in 2011 (that is, the first song Carlos played in Japan), and was wrapped in silence. 'Um pueblo de paso' evokes nostalgia with it's rustic melody, while 'Romanza' touches hearts with it's vital touch and romantic phrasing. After passing through the middle section, which is lined with excellent songs unique to Carlos, which expresses the fusion of modern harmonies and folkloric rhythms on the piano, a simple and moving piece 'Mai', Aguirre's interpretation of a masterpiece of Argentinean samba (Zamba). 'Zamba para no morir', and 'Milonga gris', which received great applause for it's overwhelming performance in Japan, are masterpieces that have been covered by many artists. And the album, like the flickering sunset reflected on the surface of the majestic Parana River, is a soothing lullaby, 'Cancion de cuna costera,' which leaves a lasting impression like the end credits of a movie. (From manufacturer info)LISTEN: https://youtu. Be/towULQmwfPs?list=PLvW5Px0tK3_mJQwZcc3WEnNiv_Agq8Q96Tracklist:A1. Pampa (Carlos Aguirre)A2. Un pueblo de paso (Carlos Aguirre)A3. Romanza (Carlos Aguirre)A4. Rafaga (Carlos Aguirre)A5. Vuls a Lais (Carlos Aguirre)A6. El barrio, el candombe (Carlos Aguirre)A7. Gallo (Carlos Aguirre)B1. Pal Turco Deb (Remo Pignoni)B2. Mai (Luis Barbiero)B3. Llovizna (Gari Di Pietro)B4. Zamba para no morir (H. Lima Quintana - Ambros y Rosales)B5. Milonga gris (Carlos Aguirre)B6. Cancion de cuna costera (Linares Cardoso)
A solo piano piece released by Carlos Aguirre in 2006, containing many standard and popular songs. This is an important work that can not be overlooked when talking about the career of Carlos Aguirre, who has just reached maturity as a musician, with a total of 13 songs that depict the rich imagery scenery that spreads from the keyboard with beautiful melodies and deep reverberations. , Long-awaited analog record as a complete limited edition. Three masterpieces under the name of Carlos Aguirre Grupo, 'Crema' (2000), 'Rojo' (2004), 'Violeta' (2008), 'Origania' (2012) under the solo name, 'La Musica del Agua - Water Music (2018), Karma (2017) under the name of a trio, and Ba Siendo Tiempo (22) with the five-piece guitar quintet. Carlos Aguirre is reaching maturity as a musician, breaking new ground each time. Since he started composing at the age of 17, he has always wanted to make a solo album on the piano, an instrument he has been familiar with since childhood. . It contains a number of famous songs that project the dynamism of life, majestic natural scenery, and childhood memories. It opened with 'Pampa', which many people remember as the first song that was always played on the first tour to Japan in 2011 (that is, the first song Carlos played in Japan), and was wrapped in silence. 'Um pueblo de paso' evokes nostalgia with it's rustic melody, while 'Romanza' touches hearts with it's vital touch and romantic phrasing. After passing through the middle section, which is lined with excellent songs unique to Carlos, which expresses the fusion of modern harmonies and folkloric rhythms on the piano, a simple and moving piece 'Mai', Aguirre's interpretation of a masterpiece of Argentinean samba (Zamba). 'Zamba para no morir', and 'Milonga gris', which received great applause for it's overwhelming performance in Japan, are masterpieces that have been covered by many artists. And the album, like the flickering sunset reflected on the surface of the majestic Parana River, is a soothing lullaby, 'Cancion de cuna costera,' which leaves a lasting impression like the end credits of a movie. (From manufacturer info)LISTEN: https://youtu. Be/towULQmwfPs?list=PLvW5Px0tK3_mJQwZcc3WEnNiv_Agq8Q96Tracklist:A1. Pampa (Carlos Aguirre)A2. Un pueblo de paso (Carlos Aguirre)A3. Romanza (Carlos Aguirre)A4. Rafaga (Carlos Aguirre)A5. Vuls a Lais (Carlos Aguirre)A6. El barrio, el candombe (Carlos Aguirre)A7. Gallo (Carlos Aguirre)B1. Pal Turco Deb (Remo Pignoni)B2. Mai (Luis Barbiero)B3. Llovizna (Gari Di Pietro)B4. Zamba para no morir (H. Lima Quintana - Ambros y Rosales)B5. Milonga gris (Carlos Aguirre)B6. Cancion de cuna costera (Linares Cardoso)
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A solo piano piece released by Carlos Aguirre in 2006, containing many standard and popular songs. This is an important work that can not be overlooked when talking about the career of Carlos Aguirre, who has just reached maturity as a musician, with a total of 13 songs that depict the rich imagery scenery that spreads from the keyboard with beautiful melodies and deep reverberations. , Long-awaited analog record as a complete limited edition. Three masterpieces under the name of Carlos Aguirre Grupo, 'Crema' (2000), 'Rojo' (2004), 'Violeta' (2008), 'Origania' (2012) under the solo name, 'La Musica del Agua - Water Music (2018), Karma (2017) under the name of a trio, and Ba Siendo Tiempo (22) with the five-piece guitar quintet. Carlos Aguirre is reaching maturity as a musician, breaking new ground each time. Since he started composing at the age of 17, he has always wanted to make a solo album on the piano, an instrument he has been familiar with since childhood. . It contains a number of famous songs that project the dynamism of life, majestic natural scenery, and childhood memories. It opened with 'Pampa', which many people remember as the first song that was always played on the first tour to Japan in 2011 (that is, the first song Carlos played in Japan), and was wrapped in silence. 'Um pueblo de paso' evokes nostalgia with it's rustic melody, while 'Romanza' touches hearts with it's vital touch and romantic phrasing. After passing through the middle section, which is lined with excellent songs unique to Carlos, which expresses the fusion of modern harmonies and folkloric rhythms on the piano, a simple and moving piece 'Mai', Aguirre's interpretation of a masterpiece of Argentinean samba (Zamba). 'Zamba para no morir', and 'Milonga gris', which received great applause for it's overwhelming performance in Japan, are masterpieces that have been covered by many artists. And the album, like the flickering sunset reflected on the surface of the majestic Parana River, is a soothing lullaby, 'Cancion de cuna costera,' which leaves a lasting impression like the end credits of a movie. (From manufacturer info)LISTEN: https://youtu. Be/towULQmwfPs?list=PLvW5Px0tK3_mJQwZcc3WEnNiv_Agq8Q96Tracklist:A1. Pampa (Carlos Aguirre)A2. Un pueblo de paso (Carlos Aguirre)A3. Romanza (Carlos Aguirre)A4. Rafaga (Carlos Aguirre)A5. Vuls a Lais (Carlos Aguirre)A6. El barrio, el candombe (Carlos Aguirre)A7. Gallo (Carlos Aguirre)B1. Pal Turco Deb (Remo Pignoni)B2. Mai (Luis Barbiero)B3. Llovizna (Gari Di Pietro)B4. Zamba para no morir (H. Lima Quintana - Ambros y Rosales)B5. Milonga gris (Carlos Aguirre)B6. Cancion de cuna costera (Linares Cardoso)
        
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