Primavera Portenaby Oscar Escalada and Astor Piazzolla
It has been said that you can see Buenos Aires while listening to Astor Piazzolla’s music. This is one of his talents that sets him apart from other composers. Piazzolla made a revolution with the tango, which created many problems for him in his country (traditionalists did not accept his music as tango). But everybody finally accepted his changes because his music put the Argentine dance, the tango, at the highest level.
Otono Porteno (Autumn of Buenos Aires) is the second of four tangos that Piazzolla wrote about the seasons of Buenos Aires.
Verano Porteno (Summer of Buenos Aires) Ed. 8774
Otono Porteno (Autumn of Buenos Aires) Ed. 8943
Invierno Porteno (Winter of Buenos Aires) Ed. 8944
Primavera Portena (Spring of Buenos Aires) Ed. 8945
|Level or Grade:
||SATB, Piano Acc.
||• Latin American Choral Series