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CD Quadro Nuevo Luna Rossa

15,00 

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The debut album from Quadro Nuevo has already become a classic: Tangos and waltzes, flamenco and ballads full of the joy of life and Southern European nostalgia. The soundtrack for the last glass of red wine of the evening!

Description

  1. Luna Rossa 1:30
  2. Nature Boy 1:30
  3. Kommissar Maigret 1:30
  4. Te Reto A Ser Mi Amante 1:30
  5. Für Pauline 1:30
  6. Our Spanish Love Song 1:30
  7. Tango 1:30
  8. Valse Lento 1:30
  9. Valse Vivace 1:30
  10. Bonsoir Juliette 1:30
  11. Bei Dir War Es Immer So Schön 1:30
  12. El Pano Moruno 1:30
  13. Il Sorriso D’Amor 1:30
  14. Flor de la Noche 1:30
  15. Gracias a La Vida 1:29
  16. Allez, Glissez ! 1:30

“With virtuosity, the four musicians express their passion for the Spanish, Latin American and gitane musical traditions in their own musical language inspired by jazz.”
JAZZPODIUM 5/98

“Quadro Nuevo brings tradition alive for the present day.”
JAZZTHING 4/98

AUDIOPHILE CD OF THE MONTH: “Joyful yet mournful, Quadro Nuevo presents the waltzes and tangos on their debut… also an acoustic delight.”
STEREOPLAY 3/98

“Dynamic, rich in detail and colour – AUDIOPHILE TIP OF THE MONTH.”
AUDIO 3/98

Quadro Nuevo interprets Southern European and South American nostalgia with the wink of an eye and with a joyful sadness reminiscent of Astor Piazzolla.”
SOUNDCHECK 4/98

Quadro Nuevo plays so serenely and confidently, so wakefully and tastefully that one is entranced in the melodies and grooves in an instant.”
AKUSTIK GITARRE 4/98

“A wistfully self-enamoured album, which, between dance music, sentiment and classical instrument technique, demonstrates its reverence of distant lands… Everything has style.”
SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG 17/2/98

“A high mass of delightful Mediterranean melancholia. Excellent sound techniques, which really give free reign for the aroma of the instruments and makes it all into a perfect pleasure.”
WOM JOURNAL 4/98

“The blurb mentions Reinhardt, Grappelli and Sosa as inspirational figures, we can mention a few more: Conte’s band without vocals, Piazzolla, Monsonius…”
KULTUR NEWS 3/98

“Full of Southern atmosphere and nostalgic associations… Peaceful and intelligent music that is fun.”
PLAYBOY 3/98

“The sound track for the last red wine of the evening – relaxed, relaxing and sometimes a little melancholic.”
PRINZ 3/98

“Music at last! The sax is splendid, the guitar full of warmth…”
IMAGE HIFI 2/99

“Atmospheric instrumental dreams… very good own compositions.”
CARDUNO 6/99