Bernarda Fink (mezzo-soprano), Marcos Fink (baritone) & Carmen Piazzini (piano)
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Accompanied by a noted specialist in Argentine piano music, brother and sister make a rare appearance together to honour a colourful musical heritage, the ‘chamber song’ born in Buenos Aires around 1900 and passed on from generation to generation right up to Guastavino and Astor Piazzolla. The subject here is love, love of a generous land, and memories: each song subtly distils a serene melancholy which has the flavour of life itself and the consciousness of the passage of time.
Guastavino: Prestame Tu Panuelito
Gianneo: Seis Coplas
Fleury: Cruzando Tu Olvido
Buchardo: Cancion Del Carretero
Buchardo: Cancion De Perico
Buchardo: Si Lo Hallas...
Buchardo: Prendiditos De La Mano
Lasala: Tropilla De Estrellas
Piazzolla: Los Pajaros Perdidos
Piazzolla: Jacinto Chiclana
Piazzolla: El Titere
Ugarte: Caballito Criollo
Carrillo: La Ofrenda Del Trovador
Williams: Milonga Calabacera
Carrillo: Bailecito Cantado
Guastavino: Las Puertas De La Mañana
Guastavino: Abismo De Sed
Guastavino: Mi Vina De Chapanay
Guastavino: El Sampedrino
Guastavino: Pueblito, Mi Pueblo
“As much as popular Latin American music, these songs burst with gorgeous, heartbreaking melodies… the music is a distinct development Spanish styles, almost larger than life as it responds to works that carry a powerful feeling for place as well as the tragic emotions of failed love. The singers, deftly accompanied by Carmen Piazzini and warmly recorded, delivery with refinement and passion.”
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