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Juan Jose Mosalini: One Man’s Tango

The legacy of the late great Astor Piazzolla shows no particular sign of let-up. Reissues march forth-as with the fine series on the Milan label-his music is paid tribute to, and his scores are assuming greater prominence in the classical world and elsewhere. But, also important to the culture of the spirit of nuevo tango, which he mastered, is the emergence of other important bandoneon players. Dino Saluzzi has successfully fused Argentine roots with a European chamber sensibility that makes for a logical association with ECM records.

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