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Misa a Buenos Aires

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) The premiere of "Misa a Buenos Aires", or "Misa Tango", as some call it due to its "tango nuevo" influences, took place in 1996 in Argentina. Originally, it's for mezzo-soprano, choir, bandoneón, piano, and string orchestra. The version on this album is arranged by "faux pas" for a smaller chamber ensemble. It's great work, because even in this reduced setting, the music doesn't lose any of its power and fascination. Here's a stunning live excerpt: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyGnZZISIV8 Favorite track: Agnus Dei.
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Kyrie 07:19
Gloria 05:21
Gloria from Martín Palmeris Misa a Buenos Aires.
Credo 10:21
Sanctus 03:08
Benedictus 03:02
Agnus Dei 08:05


Faux Pas' special arrangement of Martín Palmeris Misa a Buenos Aires for 4 solo singers.


released January 7, 2020

originally released in 2011

Marlène Clément, acordion
Katharina Pfänder, violin
Aron Weigl, electric guitar
Jürgen Malecki, doublebass
Maren Kallenberg, piano

Julia Aichinger, sopran
Antje Siefert, alt
Michael Fanger, tenor
Daniel Pohnert, bass

recorded by Robby Ballhause


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Originally founded and still led today by Swiss accordionist and bandoneonist Marlène Clément in 1998, tango sextet faux pas from Lower Saxony, Germany, is popular with German tango lovers as well as international audiences from Pavia (Italy) and St. Petersburg (Russia) to Cairo (Egypt), Nanjing, Yangzhou, Hefei, and Wuhu (China). ... more

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