- Performer:Antonio Lysy
- Title:Antonio Lysy at the Broad: Music from Argentina
- Style:Chamber Music
- Recording date:June 8, 2009 - June 9, 2009
- Recording location:Broad Stage, Santa Monica, CA, USA
- Size FLAC version1769 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1995 megabytes
- Size WMA version1636 megabytes
- Formats:MP4 DMF WAV AUD AC3 MOD
Companies, etc. Recorded At – The Broad Stage. Cello, Liner Notes – Antonio Lysy.
Argentina is a land of myth as much as a land of history. It was here that Maria Callas and Enrico Caruso sailed for such memorable performances at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires during their summer vacations. European musicians flocked to Argentina during the Second World War as a safe haven and because they felt at home with the elegance of the European-styled theaters, audiences, and ambiance. Te Amo, Argentina is based on Lysy's CD with Yarlung Records - "Antonio Lysy at the Broad - Music From Argentina", featuring the works of Piazzolla, Golijov, Ginastera, Bragato, and Schifrin. This CD won a Latin Grammy Award.
Album · 2011 · 10 Songs. Oblivion (arr. J. Bragato). 7. Punena No. 2, Op. 45, "Hommage a Paul Sacher". By Alberto Ginastera.
Antonio Lysy at the Broad - Music From Argentina. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Complete your purchase to save the MP3 version to your music library. Special offers and product promotions. you'll hear the sound quality right away, I'm sure. Even before your brain starts analyzing the soundstage, bass and treble extension, dynamics macro and micro, et. you'll know you like i. - -George Witterschein, The Audiophile Voice.
In all cases, Lysy's playing is exemplary. Not only does he toss off any technical difficulties with apparent ease, but also brings his heritage to the fore with brilliantly stylized interpretations filled with panache, passion, and Argentine flair.
1. Pampeana No. 21 - Alberto Ginastera, Bryan Pezzone. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
Cellist Antonio Lysy captures the cultural range of his native Argentina on this 2010 release of works that draw inspiration from the country's rich folk music traditions. This album highlights the cello as a solo instrument and illustrates the impact of pre-Hispanic Amerindian traditions and Spanish based Creole influences as well as the effect of more modern musical developments like the tango.
Antonio Lysy plays the 6 Bach Suites on a carbon fiber cello at The Broad Stage in a multimedia presentation. Te Amo, Argentina is a journey through the heart and soul of Argentina’s fascinating culture. It features solo cello and chamber works, dance, film, and the spoken word
CreditsBob Attiyeh - Engineer, Liner Notes, Producer
José Bragato - Arranger, Composer
Capitol Ensemble - Ensemble
Benny Chan - Photography
Fred Fehl - Piano Technician
Alberto Ginastera - Composer
Osvaldo Golijov - Composer, Quotation Author
Kevin Gray - Mastering
Steve Hoffman - Mastering
Phillip Levy - Violin
Antonio Lysy - Cello, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Clara Lysy - Photography
Elliot Midwood - Monitor Engineer
Shel Mosk - Photography
Pablo Motta - Bass
Eron Muckleroy - Graphic Design
Bryan Pezzone - Piano
Astor Piazzolla - Composer
Lalo Schifrin - Composer
|1||Pampeana, Rhapsody No. 2, Op. 21 Alberto Ginastera||Antonio Lysy||8:45|
|2||Graciela y Buenos Aires José Bragato||Antonio Lysy||7:20|
|Cinco Canciones Populares Argentinas, Op. 10|
|3||2. Triste Alberto Ginastera||Antonio Lysy||3:23|
|4||3. Zamba Alberto Ginastera||Antonio Lysy||1:26|
|5||Omaramor Osvaldo Golijov||Antonio Lysy||8:05|
|6||Oblivion Astor Piazzolla||Antonio Lysy||5:33|
|7||Puneña No. 2, Op. 45 Alberto Ginastera||Antonio Lysy||8:14|
|8||Milonga del ángel Astor Piazzolla||Antonio Lysy||4:52|
|9||Le Grand Tango Astor Piazzolla||Antonio Lysy||11:27|
|Letters from Argentina|
|10||Pampas Lalo Schifrin||Antonio Lysy||8:17|