Maria Isabel Siewers (guitar)
Maximo Diego Pujol (guitar)
Classical guitar virtuoso Maximo Pujol from Argentina has been revisiting the "tango" and "milonga" genres since the Seventies.
Recorded in 2006 for Acqua Records, and licensed to Frémeaux & Associés in 2010 during a visit to Argentina by Patrick Frémeaux & Claude Colombini, this retrospective of the composer's works from 1979 to 2005 pays tribute to Buenos Aires. As a cosmopolitan seaport whose fertile soil has fostered world-music in a rich variety of forms, the contrasting colours and music of Buenos Aires originate in as many cultures - European, Amerindian, African... - as the nationalities in the population.
Between popular music and classical, these pieces for two guitars recorded by world-famous guitarist Maria Isabel Siewers softly evoke the milongas and colourful facades of Argentina's capital.
Un domingo en la Boca - Palermo - Truco Suite (Primera, Falta envido, Truco, Vale cuatro) - Cafe para dos - Cinco Piezas (Pieza soleada, El coya francés, Polvareda, Cancion de cuna, Hora pico) - Tango, milonga y final (Tango de abril, Milonga de junio, Final Feliz)
Máximo Diego Pujol (Buenos Aires, 1957) graduated in the Juan José Castro Conservatory with the Superior Guitar Professor title. His extensive education included instrumental and interpretation studies with Maestros Alfredo Vicente Gascón, Horacio Ceballos, Antonio de Raco, Miguel Angel Girollet, [...]