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Bandoneon Pure: Dances of Uruguay (Traditional Music of the World 5) - René Marino Rivero
René Marino Rivero
Bandoneon Pure: Dances of Uruguay (Traditional Music of the World 5) - René Marino Rivero
Genres: World Music, Special Interest, Pop, Classical, Latin Music
 
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Rivero has played the bandoneon, or square-headed accordion, since he was a child. Now an internationally known master, he performs 24 traditional Uruguayan dance pieces here in the transparent and natural style he prefers...  more »

      
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Rivero has played the bandoneon, or square-headed accordion, since he was a child. Now an internationally known master, he performs 24 traditional Uruguayan dance pieces here in the transparent and natural style he prefers, without electronic modification. 25 tracks recorded in 1991; includes an 80-page booklet. "Rivero offers a soulful rendition...as pure in spirit as in sound." - Rhythm Music Desde que era un niño, Rivero ha tocado el bandoneón, ese acordeón de cabeza hexagonal tan apreciado en el cono sur. Ahora, siendo un reconocido maestro del instrumento a nivel internacional, nos presenta 24 danzas tradicionales interpretadas aquí en el su acostumbrado estilo, transparente y natural, sin ninguna modificación electrónica. Los 25 cortes de este CD fueron grabados en 1991; incluye un cuadernillo de 80 páginas.

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René Marino Rivero
Cobe | Phoenix, AZ- United States | 03/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a very good CD performed by a first-rate bandoneon player and excellent musician and scholar. This uruguayan bandoneon player has traveled around the world with his wonderful interpretations and this CD is a perfect opportunity to enjoy Marino Rivero's art and to learn about uruguayan music as well as to listen to his special instrument which was acquired in 1930 and maintainted exactly as it came from the factory in Germany.I attended one of Marino Rivero's recitals in Punta del Este, Uruguay and whether interpreting Bach or a piece of uruguayan tango, he always shows off as a first- rate artist. All his CDs are highly recommendable.B Deffenbaugh
Phoenix-Glendale, AZ"