Sony Classical Release OUR LAST TANGO Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Sony Classical Release OUR LAST TANGO Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Sony Classical proudly announces the release of OUR LAST TANGO Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The soundtrack will be available from November 27th 2015.

 

ABOUT OUR LAST TANGO

María Nieves (81) and Juan Carlos Copes (84) are the best-known couple in the history of tango and have shaped the dance like no other. They met when they were 14 and 17 and danced together passionately, loved and hated each other for almost 50 years. In all those years they went through several painful separations, but always got back together – until one day they separated, which left a huge gap in the tango scene. Now, almost at the end of their lives, they talk about their story for the first time, willing to open up about their love, their hatred, and their passion. The beautifully-shot choreographies make “Our Last Tango” an unforgettable journey into the heart of the tango.

 

ABOUT THE SOUNDTRACK

For the elaborately filmed dance choreographies Luis Borda chose mostly tango-classics, which have been especially recorded for the movie together with the Sexteto Mayor tango orchestra. Borda, an Argentine composer and guitar player, is one of the most world-renowned tango performers of today. Borda’s music is considered by the international press to has shaped the Nouveau Tango movement like no other. His concerts are celebrated among tango followers for their vitality, virtuosity and the strong interaction between musicians and public. Since 1996, Luis Bordalives and composes in the city of Munich, Germany. Sexteto Mayor is one of the most acclaimed tango orchestras worldwide. Based in Argentina, they are looking back on a 30-year-history. The orchestra also played in one of the most successful shows in the history of Broadyway, called „Tango Argentino“. For the soundtrack, Borda chose some of the most important tango singers from Buenos Aires to work with, such as Lidia Borda, Chino Laborde and Noelia Moncada. The soundtrack also features two original tangos from 1939 (“De Antaño”) and 1941 (“Yo Soy El Tango”), which are classic pieces arranged and played by the old masters Juan D’Arienzo and Aníbal Troilo. Moreover, the soundtrack features three tracks composed by the best known tango composer of all times: Astor Piazzolla (Contrabajeando, Fugata and Libertango). Last but not least,Gerd Baumann, a German guitarist and one of the most important film composers of actual German cinema (“Wer früher stirbt ist länger tot”, “Open Water 2”, “Almanya – Willkommen in Deutschland”) also contributed three beautifully melancholic tracks in the style of the great guitar-master Ry Cooder.

 

 

Artist

Title

Version

Track Time

Sexteto Mayor

Quejas de Bandoneón

 

00:02:34

Sexteto Mayor (Voice: Chino Laborde)

Remolino

 

00:03:10

Sexteto Mayor

Ensueños

 

00:02:55

Aníbal Troilo (Voice: Francisco Fiorentino) y su Orquesta Típica [Original record from 1941]

Yo Soy El Tango

 

00:02:23

Sexteto Mayor

Patético

 

00:02:50

Gerd Baumann

Rara Vez

 

00:03:08

Sexteto Mayor (Voice: Noelia Moncada & Chino Laborde)

Jugando jugando

 

00:02:14

Sexteto Mayor

Contrabajeando

 

00:03:52

Sexteto Mayor

Fugata

 

00:02:24

Quinteto El Descarte

Todos Ponen

 

00:02:53

Sexteto Mayor

Loca

 

00:02:18

Gerd Baumann

Soledad E…

 

00:02:03

Sexteto Mayor

Libertango

 

00:03:01

Quinteto El Descarte

Milonga Para Tu Ausencia

 

00:03:51

Juan D’Arienzo (Voice: Alberto Echagüe) y su Orquesta Típica [Original record from 1939]

De Antaño

 

00:02:39

Sexteto Mayor

Milonga de la Mesa

 

00:00:56

Sexteto Mayor

Danzarín

 

00:03:58

Gerd Baumann

Buenos Aires

 

00:02:34

Sexteto Mayor

El Puntazo

 

00:02:30

Sexteto Mayor (Voice: Lidia Borda)

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