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Choclo Roland Dyens
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Choclo Roland Dyens
Anyone has the music score for it? I know its on the u-tube but how to download it? It lacks the rhythmic pulse and grace that a tango should have. After all, it’s dance music. Here is cyoclo excellent example of how I feel this should be played.
It’s on piano, but you can hear the vyens in how it’s being interpreted. Classical and Flamenco guitar lessons via Skype worldwide – Classical and Flamenco guitars from Spain. Well, opinions will differ — but I watched this some time ago, and again just now, and my second viewing confirmed my original opinion that he’s playing it all wrong.
She’s giving the music life. Thanks for the link.
Angel Villoldo El Choclo Arr Roland Dyens
Yes, that’s exactly the way a tango should be played, and it illustrates how Dyens misses the point. He doesn’t understand the music.
Since I’m not an Argentinian musician from the twenties I’ll never be able to play like they do, anyway.
She’s making mistakes too, but of course the point is the interpretation. Last edited by Aryeh on Mon Dec 05, How come there is ONE way tango or any music should be played? It needs a marked and steady pulse, which is lost in what I would describe as his quirky phrasing.
Nor is it helped by his arbitrary dynamics. Yes, I know in one sense all dynamics are arbitrary, but in another sense arbitrary also means “capricious. It’s a solo guitar rendition of “La Cumparsita,” by Juanjo Dominguez, who — fittingly — is from Argentina. I might have posted this previously, and I think other members have as well.
This is a highly original and intricate arrangement, but watch how he nevertheless maintains the kind of steady rhythmic pulse I have alluded to.
That was quite a research done here. By the way, what is the original instrument that this song is composed with? Guitar or piano or vocal? Last edited by Aryeh on Tue Dec 06, 4: I’m not sure which version Prominent Critic was panning, but it might be the first version listed below. There, the combination of a live recording with poor base response and the sometimes understated syncopation can make the tango feel fade away.
Nevertheless, the second version below–same arrangement? More staccato, more syncopation. Dyens on youtube http: Board index All times are UTC.