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Episode #2069

Program #2069

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Wednesday, April 09, 2003

Once an earthy dance of the brothels and cafes in Argentina's slums, the tango has evolved considerably over the last 50 years, growing in sophistication and its ability to morph with other genres and styles. Recent examples of this infectuous dance music are featured on this edition of New Sounds, including works by from Daniele de Bonaventura, Mihaly Vig, Kef, Maria Kalaniemi, and others.

PROGRAM #2069, Tango & Beyond (First aired 9/5/02)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Mihaly Vig

Filmzenek

Esö I [4:30]

Bahia #067
www.bahia.hu OR
www.tamizdat.org

Daniele Di Bonaventura

Bandoneon & Bandoneon

Tango dell-assenza [7:00]

Dunya #fy8027
www.felmay.it
info@felmay.it

Tango Project

White Rabbit

White Rabbit [5:30]

Newport Classic #85536*
www.newport-cd.com

JPP

Kaustinen Rhapsody

Tango for Marsha [4:00]
Valse Mysterioso [3:00]

OMCD #53 / Xenophile Records through www.greenlinnet.com OR Xenophile Records, 43 Beaver Brook Road, Danbury, CT 06810. 203-730-0333 / fax: 203-730-0345

Mihaly Vig

Filmzenek

Lassu tane [4:00]

See above.

Kef Time

Hartford

Sheyghani [3:00]

Traditional Crossroads #4316
www.traditionalcrossroads.com

El Flete De Mi Canto
(Greg Ribot & Francisco Navarre)

Musica De Argentina

Yaravi [2:00]

Private CD

Maria Kalaniemi

Ahma

Nibe [3:30]

NorthSide #6053
www.noside.com

Michael Daugherty

UFO

Red Cape Tango [11:00]

Klavier #11121*
www.klavier-records.com**

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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