The Tango Lesson

The Tango Lesson

CD

MARKETPLACE
16 New & Used Starting at $1.99

Product Details

Release Date: 10/14/1997
Label: Sony
UPC: 0074646322628
catalogNumber: 63226

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Astor Piazzolla   Conductor,Bandoneon,Track Performer
Juan d'Arienzo   Track Performer
Yo-Yo Ma   Cello,Track Performer
Hugo Diaz   Harmonica
Klezmatics   Track Performer
Fred Frith   Guitar,Violin,Cymbals,Bass Guitar,Track Performer
Carlos Gardel   Vocals,Track Performer
David Krakauer   Clarinet
David Licht   Drums
Frank London   Piano
Horacio Malvicino   Guitar,Track Performer
Néstor Marconi   Bandoneon,Track Performer
Sally Potter   Vocals,Track Performer
Juan d'Arienzo Orquesta   Track Performer
Antonio Agri   Violin,Track Performer
Thomas Bloch   Track Performer,Ondes Martenot,Cristal Bachet
Omar Murtagh   Double Bass
Alberto Echagüe   Vocals
Terig Tucci   Conductor
Hugo Díaz y su Conjunto   Track Performer
Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Tipica   Track Performer
Osvaldo Pugliese y su Orquesta   Track Performer
Leonardo D. Marconi   Piano
Roberto Grela   Guitar
Carlos Di Sarli y Su Orquesta Típica   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Oscar Castro-Neves   Producer
Mike Ross-Trevor   Engineer
Chris Sheppard   Executive Producer
Thomas Bloch   Contributor
Roxanne Slimak   Art Direction
Homero Manzi   Composer
Sebastián Piana   Composer
Alfredo Le Pera   Composer
Vicente Greco   Composer

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

The Tango Lesson 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As an American who recently spent five months in Buenos Aires, I confess to a love affair with the city, its people and their music, especially Tango. This sound track, comprised mostly of "classic" tango is a major disappointment, perhaps because the old music just ain't that good. Simply because specimans of a genre of music which are old doesn't necessarily make it good. The Gardel track is okay but certainly not great and it's only one of two vocal cuts on the album. The other is by an ersatz "artist," Sally Potter, a Brit who made this laughably bad vanity film from which this mediocre CD was made. Pop genre music, no matter where it's from, is mostly a matter of taste, and I prefer contemporary, gutsy, ballsy kind of tango with a vocal, preferably by the wonderful Adriana Varela.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this cd. If you have seen the movie to this wonderful soundtrack, everything shall fall in place. If you haven't you'll still enjoy this cd. The music is so beautiful and insightful. You'll be dancing and singing before you know it. My personal favorite is La Yumba (13). It shows the struggle between men and women. You can interpret the songs. Not all the songs are just about the Tango but just relaxation. Anyway, check out the free listening samples,and you'll see what I mean.