I'm biased - I like tango anyway. But, the real appeal of this disc is the excellent playing of a top rate concert pianist, Daniel Barenboim. That he hails from Buenos Aires adds great poignancy to the interpretations. And it has lots of Piazzolla and Carlos Gardel tracks, I have owned this CD for decades, but bought this copy to convince a friend of its qualities. The disc, its case and the notes were in 'as new' condition, and offered the additional consumer advantage that the irritating cellophane wrapping had already been removed by the previous owner!
This is one of the most essential record of work designed to be owned by the music enthusiasts who are interested in observing the emergence of the twentieth century music from Argentina. Interpretations of the works of famous composers and performers like Piazzolla, Gardel, Ginastera, Resta, and Salgan are full of original colors guiding every listener to be inspired from what Tango is about, with melody, rhythm, sentiment, and above all with 'a la parilla' improvisation made by a trio of selective musicians namely, Rodolfo Mederos(Bandoneon), Hector Console(Bass), led by one of the most world famous maestro and pianist Daniel Barenboim.