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La Chimera - Buenos Aires Madrigal: Argentine Tangos & 17th Cent. Italian Madrigals mp3 download

La Chimera - Buenos Aires Madrigal: Argentine Tangos & 17th Cent. Italian Madrigals mp3 download

Performer: La Chimera
Title: Buenos Aires Madrigal: Argentine Tangos & 17th Cent. Italian Madrigals
Location: Parrocchia Di S. Vittore, Agrate, Conturbia, Italy
Duration: 01:04:49
Released: May 25, 2004
Date of recording: November, 2002
Size MP3 version: 1238 mb
Size FLAC version: 1572 mb
Size WMA version: 1696 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 799
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Genre: Latin

La Chimera - Buenos Aires Madrigal: Argentine Tangos & 17th Cent. Italian Madrigals mp3 download


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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sinfonia, for ensemble La Chimera 1:24
2 Arie musicali Bk.2 No.6, Ti lascio anima mia, Ruggieri, in 4 sections for solo voice Girolamo Frescobaldi La Chimera 3:31
3 Vuelvo al sur, tango song Astor Piazzolla / Fernando E. Solanas La Chimera 3:54
4 Anchor che col partire, madrigal La Chimera 3:16
5 Volver Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera La Chimera 3:25
6 Soledad, tango Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera La Chimera 3:12
7 Solo e pensoso i più deserti campi, madrigal for 5 voices (Il nono libro de madrigali a 5 voci) Luca Marenzio La Chimera 3:11
8 Garúa, tango Aníbal Troilo La Chimera 3:58
9 Voglio di vita uscir, madrigal for soprano Claudio Monteverdi La Chimera 3:54
10 El día que me quieras (The Day When You Love Me), tango song for voice & orchestra Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera La Chimera 2:39
11 Chiome d'oro, bel thesoro, madrigal for 2 sopranos, 2 violins and lute/harpsichord (from Book 7), SV 143 Claudio Monteverdi La Chimera 2:32
12 Uno!..., tango Mariano Mores La Chimera 5:51
13 Naranjo En Flor La Chimera 4:14
14 Ausencia, poem Jorge Luis Borges / Francisco Gato La Chimera 1:39
Gli Amori d'Apollo e di Dafne, opera
15 Lamento Di Apollo Francesco Cavalli La Chimera 4:20
16 Papas Calientes Eduardo Arolas La Chimera 1:52
Work(s)
17 Recercada 1 & 2 Sopra I Passamezzi Diego Ortiz La Chimera 2:17
18 Milonga de Mis Amores, milonga for tango ensemble La Chimera 2:44
19 Sus ojos se carraron, tango Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera La Chimera 2:46
20 El Despertar, poem Jorge Luis Borges / Eduardo Egüez La Chimera 1:41
La favola d'Orfeo, opera, SV 318
21 Il Pianto Di Orfeo ("Tu se' morta") Claudio Monteverdi La Chimera 2:29

Credits

Alfonso d'Avalos - Text
Sergio Alvarez - Viola da Gamba
Eduardo Arolas - Composer
Adrian Besné - Translation
Ximena Biondo - Recitation, Voices
Jorge Luis Borges - Composer, Text
Gian Francesco Busenello - Text
Enrique Cadícamo - Text
Andrea de Carlo - Bass Viol, Double Bass, Harmonica, Liner Notes, Viola da Gamba, Violone
Francesco Cavalli - Composer
La Chimera - Primary Artist
La Chimera - Ensemble
Juan D'Arienzo - Arranger
François Derudder - Translation
Enrique Santos Discépolo - Text
Eduardo Egüez - Adaptation, Composer, Producer
Homero Aldo Expósito - Text
Girolamo Frescobaldi - Composer
Carlos Gardel - Composer
Todd Garfinkle - Engineer, Mastering, Photography, Portrait Photography, Producer
Francisco Gato - Composer, Producer
Yukio Kojima - Mastering
Luca Marenzio - Composer
Claudio Monteverdi - Composer
Mariano Mores - Composer
Diego Ortiz - Composer
Alfredo Le Pera - Composer, Text
Francesco Petrarch - Text
Astor Piazzolla - Composer
Sabina Colonna Preti - Location Coordinator, Producer, Translation
Franco Pupulin - Cover Photo
Gabriel Rivano - Improvisation
François de Rudder - Translation
Jonathan Selwyn - Translation
Fernando Solanas - Text
Fernando E. Solanas - Composer
Alessandro Striggio (the Younger) - Text
Aníbal Troilo - Composer
Furio Zanasi - Recitation
Fabricio Zanella - Violin
Martin Zeller - Baroque Cello, Bass Viol, Cello, Viola da Gamba