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El Rumor de tus Tangos :: Trio Garufa

CD Release 2012

The latest album by Trio Garufa features seventeen tracks! There are many timeless tango classics such as the tango "Malena", whose lyrics inspired the title of the album. There are also four original compositions by the trio, as well as their arrangements of famous tango masterpieces for tango trio and string orchestra. You will also find a lush rendering of Astor Piazzolla's "Oblivion", as well as a modern arrangement of the beautifully slow "Milonga Uruguaya" by Ariel Ramírez. And to fully represent the trio's repertoire of authentic Argentine music, three beautiful folk music rhythms from different regions of Argentina are included: a chacarera, a gato and a guarania.

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La Segunda Tradición :: Trio Garufa

CD Release 2008

In La Segunda Tradición, Trio Garufa plays some of their favorites, adding to their repertoire of timeless tangos: classics in the style of Roberto Grela, Leopoldo Federico and Aníbal Troilo, as well as the poignant tangos of Astor Piazzolla.

The trio collaborated with DJ Ben Hester to create a song in electro-tango style, which fuses live musicians with electronic beats and synthesized sounds. Trio Garufa interprets this new style of music while maintaining the essence of Argentine music.

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Tango en el Mate :: Trio Garufa

CD Release 2004

In Tango en el Mate, Trio Garufa plays upbeat and very danceable tangos, milongas and valses from the Golden Age of tango music. The trio's version of Astor Piazzolla's masterpiece Libertango is also included, as well as an original arrangement of Eagles' song Hotel California in tango style.

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Flor de Tango :: Flor de Tango

CD Release 2000

"The quality, precision, authenticity, talent and warmth of both interpreters in this flute/guitar duo are such, that the listener has the impression of hearing these tangos for the first time, even if they are in fact classics from the Golden Age. Such is the amazing style of Flor de Tango."

Roberto Selles, Crónica Newspaper CD review.
Buenos Aires, October 29th, 2000.

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Farinelli, il Castrato :: film directed by Gérard Corbiau.

Film Soundtrack CD Release 1994

Guillermo was the audio algorithm engineer for the film. At IRCAM in Paris, he created the technology to make Farinelli's castrato voice by combining a female with a male voice, based on the voices of soprano Eva Mallas-Godlewska and counter-tenor Derek Lee Ragin. He and his team used this technology to produce 40 minutes of singing voice for the film. "Farinelli" was nominated for an Oscar to Best Foreign Language Film in 1995, and won the César Award to Best Soundtrack (1995) and the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film (1995). The soundtrack CD was the best-selling classical album of all times in France, winning a Disque D'Or, and led French rankings for a few weeks beating albums by Beatles, Elton John and Sting.

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