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Music Shop of Quadro Nuevo

CD Quadro Nuevo Buongiorno Tristezza

15,00 

Includes 19% VAT
Delivery Time: approx. 3-6 days abroad
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Modern salon music: Bossa nova, tango and French musette waltzes fuse with Italian and Spanish impressions. “Passionate and above all really sentimental – an irresistible mixture.” (Freundin)

Description

  1. Vol de Nuit 1:30
  2. Flambée Montalbanaise 1:30
  3. Buongiorno Tristezza 1:30
  4. Valse pour David 1:30
  5. Don’t watch the Girls 1:31
  6. La Ultima 1:30
  7. Valse des Sylphides 1:30
  8. Caruso 1:30
  9. Mia Bella 1:30
  10. Un Homme et une Femme 1:30
  11. La Vida Del Senor Lorenzo 1:30
  12. Lost Song 1:30
  13. Für mich soll’s rote Rosen regnen 1:30
  14. La Muneca de Alcazar 1:30
  15. Alfonsina y el Mar 1:30
  16. Bonjour Juliette 1:30

“A modern version of salon music: Bossa nova, tango and musette come together… Italian musical recollections and Spanish impressions – Quadro Nuevo creates atmospheres with such a virtuosity that a nostalgic mood overcomes the listener.”
SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG 7/6/99

“Quadro Nuevo, an original quartet from Southern Germany enchants with bitter-sweet moods ranging from melancholia to guarded jollity.”
FONO FORUM 6/99

AUDIOPHILE CD OF THE MONTH: “Now the second coup is there and it is once again astounding how intimately and coherently this quartet manages to identify with Southern European and Latin American music.”
STEREOPLAY 6/99

“The four from Munich are perhaps the band with the sleekest sound in Germany? … The music is destined to become a film sound track.”
JAZZTHING 6/99

“Perfect craftsmanship – World Music of the future.”
JAZZTHETIK 6/99

“With perfect arrangements of its own work and several classics, Quadro Nuevo presents stirring melancholia in the vestures of jazz. Cosmopolitan sound.”
SOUNDCHECK 6/99″

“Pure virtuosity.”
AUDIO 6/99

“An experience!”
SCHLESWIGHOLSTEINISCHE LANDESZEITUNG 4/6/99

“Passionate and above all really sentimental – an irresistible mixture.”
FREUNDIN 6/99

“Paris in the sunset, the Seine, bistros – the images conjured up are quite spontaneous… The music from Quadro Nuevo is too special…The melodies are the key to the mystery of Quadro Nuevo and the interplay is pure precision… The quartet has refined its concept, expanding its diversity of styles.”
JAZZPODIUM 7/99