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It is a square squeezebox, with bellows not unlike a concertina. Heinrich Band, a teacher, promoted the instrument to his students and modified and extended the keyboard.

Created primarily as a religious instrument, the bandonion was a substitute for the organ in churches of small rural communities, in contrast to its cousin, the German concertina, which was a folk instrument. The differences are very apparent given the odd layout of the buttons of the bandonion, one of the reasons its diffusion was limited.

It was immediately recognised as being highly suitable for tango and changed its voice from cheekiness to nostalgia and lament, matching the volatile, homesick tendencies of the immigrants. Its popularity grew at such a rate that in alone, 25, instruments were exported to Argentina. Each tone has a fundamental and an octave mounted on a separate reed plate, which must be tuned separately without vibrato.

An average is thirty seven buttons on the right hand and thirty three on the left hand. Most buttons make a different tone opening and closing, although there is no pattern to the layout. Therefore one has to learn four different patterns to play it. In addition, there are different tones on the button layout of the Argentine tuned instrument versus the German tuned version.

There are no scalar sequences, although some adjacent buttons form triads when opening and some when closing. It is however impossible to conceive of the tango without it. In Corrientes in northern Argentina, a popular music emerged called Chamamederived from playing polkas on Sanfonas. But also polkas and waltzes on the Rhine, the music forms that would contribute to the milonga and later the tango.

An important aspect is that as a portable instrument it was ideal for the types of venues where musicians could meet and set up without fuss. The violin and guitar were the other main instruments at this time, also very portable. How complicated it must have seemed to those seeing it for the first time.

There is no systematic layout and the notes appear randomly allocated. The rewards are enormous if the player is persistent and the difficulties can be overcome. Usually players begin very young, often with musicians as parents and a mentor to guide them. Bandoneonistas dance their instrument when playing tango. African flautists and drummers also dance when they play, making their actions acoustic and percussive. Their influence is apparent when a bandoneonista stamps the floor with the heel, making the thigh rock the instrument.

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This happens when the air inside the instrument is caused to come out with much more pressure, than if it were simply played with the fingertips. The greatest players play and breathe as they would speak, and the ability to phrase a personal musical sentence is a highly regarded form of artistry. Take a listen to one of his sad masterpieces, recorded in It shows not only how expressively free his bandoneon writing had become, but also his close affinity with his violinist at the time, Fernando Suarez Paz.

Milonga del Angel https: For me the discovery begins truly with Anibal Troilo who is inextricably linked to his disciple, AP. They were both trail blazers. Troilo, nicknamed Pichuco after a popular cartoon character, reconciled generations of tango musicians and styles. It is a bit like two sides of an argument — the rezonga grumble of the left hand and the rejouiee of the right.

Swing was the issue — free the beat so the music could go forward. He added viola and cello and experimented with so many textures and his orchestra became known as a modernist proving ground. It was his incredible quartet of the sixties with guitar maestro Roberto Grela where he was at his greatest. The big orchestras were no longer sustainable.

Fewer instruments were more. He began to play with time. It was freewheeling and democratic. Piano could time keep or take over solos. Bandoneon could play harmonies and then solos or rhythm etc. Guitar and bass were also liberated.

A sad thought meets energy. Troilo went to Rio and heard samba for the first time. Nothing could stop the music in the Calle Corrrientes in the s. Tango was king and the party was endless. They did an average of thirty dances a month. I learned the tricks of the tangueros; those intuitive tricks that helped me later on. However his eclectic musical background and muscial were already driving him in a different direction. He was studying music again with great seriousness thanks to his meeting with Rubinstein and his introduction to Alberto Ginastera.

This is important for the instrument as he was on the verge of taking it to new areas through the tango. He became disaffected with the world of cabaret and nightly performances.

Piazzolla was very intelligent and very arrogant, a practical joker and eventually he wore out his welcome with Troilo, who refused to allow his band to become a chamber outfit. In he gave his frasedo and left to musiacl his own orchestra and hone his powers.

He was still influenced by Troilo, Musicall and Pugliese. He needed a truce between sentiment and hardness.

A scholarship to study composition with the great pedagogue, Nadia Boulanger in Paris. She convinced him that tango was his future. His meeting there with jazz great, Gerry Mulligan made a big impression as well. He assembled the best tango musicians and explored 3 ways of improvising:.

Tristeza frxseado un doble A begins with a bandoneon solo followed by the entrance of the ensemble musicap direct from scores. Then slowly it slips into free jazz and then back to scored music. Tristeza de un doble Muical https: How did bandoneon writing develop over 50 years when compared in four versions of the same tango?

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This is a tango loved by musicians and dancers alike. Composed by pianist Francisco De Caro, brother of the legendary Julio, the bandoneon is very much part of the texture and rhythm in the earliest recording by the Sexteto De Caro. Shows all the tanguero hallmarks, fraseado, marcato, high strings, glissandi, percussive effects — Francisco on piano liberated from time keeping and in command. Highly listenable for its beauty and dynamic nuances.

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Now see how he turns this to a true dance tango by the subtle use of marcato and swing. Bandoneon Pedro Maffia is more prominent, still in dialogue with the violin, but with variations and marcato passages. AP References to classic film music, fairly conservative tango accompaniment, counter tunes, pizzicatohigh violin solo. Very modern bandoneon writing, largely solo.

At times the tune almost disappears except for the orquestra With lots of virtuosic linking passages. Santiago Segret plays a solo arrangement by AP. It demonstrates the expressive mussical required of players to accomplish a complex musical thought or embellish as the occasion demands. It sounds jazz like but is still recognizably tango.

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This is only achievable on traseado bandoneon. Arrastre — drag — ushers in downbeats. This form of anticipation entered tango early Arolas, who died in is believed to be the first to perform arrastres on bandoneon.

The arrastre is generally played with a slight delay retraso with respect to the tempo of the piece This generates a feeling of expectation and desire for the arrastre to reach the last note and return to correct time. Troilo and his wife Zita maintained a strong affection for AP and Troilo left him his bandoneon his death. Troilo called him El Gato the cat because he was always coming and going and because of his laser like gaze. On my album it is track 6. Originally a violinist, his interest in the bandoneon was frasearo when he was 15 and living in Montevideo.

He was a founding member of Quinteto Real with Horacio Salgan, which still plays today with younger players.

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His playing from the outset was outlined as a vibrant form of emotional tension. The brilliance of sound, the force of attack were two primary features in its execution.

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