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Pablo Márquez
Chamber Music,South American Traditions
August 9, 2004
Date of recording:
April, 2003
Images Studio, Rucil, Malmaison, Francia
FLAC album size:
1631 mb
MP3 album size:
1255 mb
Other formats:

Corazonando · Silvia Iriondo · Rodolfo Sanchez · Osvaldo Burucuá. 1995 El Cirko Sello Digital.

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Liner Notes – Pablo Márquez, Thierry Rougier (2). Liner Notes – George Miller (18). Music By – Gustavo "Cuchi" Leguizamón. Coplas des Tata Dios (vidala-baguala) Zamba del carnaval (zamba) La cantora de Yala (zamba) Chacarera del expediente (chacarera) Chaya de la albahaca (vidala chayera) Zamba de Lozano (zamba) El silbador (zamba) De sólo estar (bailecito) Chacarera del holgado (chacarera trunca) Carnavalito del Duende (carnavalito) Zamba para la Viuda (zamba) Zamba soltera (zamba) Corazonando (chacarera trunca) Zamba del pañuelo (zamba) Chilena del solterón.

Artist: Pablo Marquez Title Of Album: Leguizamon: El Cuchi Bien Temperado Year Of Release: 2015 Label (Catalog ECM Records Country: Argentina Genre: Classical, Guitar Quality: FLAC (tracks+. The title of Márquez’s album makes reference to Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, and the guitarist here similarly arranges Cuchi’s music for all 24 major and minor keys It was my way of enriching folk practice, and also a reflection of my classical training in this encounter with traditional music. Tracklist: 01. Coplas De Tata Dios (5:14) 02.

Pablo Márquez: guitar. Gustavo Cuchi Leguizamón (1917-2000) was a unique figure in the musical culture of Argentina. Born in Salta (where guitarist Pablo Márquez was raised), Leguizamón was a poet, composer, pianist and guitarist, a popular artist and a highly sophisticated musician. He was rooted in Argentina s traditional music, but also brought a new harmonic freedom to it, inspired by classical music and by 20th century composers including Debussy, Ravel and Schoenberg. 13. Corazonando (chacarera trunca). 14. Zamba del pañuelo (zamba). 15. Chilena del solterón (cueca). El Cuchi Bien Temperado - Pablo Marquez 2015. Among jazz musicians, that used to be the highest praise. It signified that the musician was no longer performing, no longer executing, no longer interpreting, no longer inventing. The musician had become a doorway to the Mystery.

Pablo Márquez grew up in Salta, a city of rich cultural traditions in the North West of Argentina. After studying with Jorge Martínez Zárate and Eduardo Fernández in Buenos Aires, Pablo moved to Europe to complete his musical training with Javier Hinojosa (Early Music) and Eric Sobzyck (conducting).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 El silbador, zamba Pablo Márquez 3:56
2 Camino a Sucre, bailecito Pablo Márquez 2:30
3 Vidala para mi sombra, vidala Pablo Márquez 4:29
4 Zamba para la viuda, zamba Pablo Márquez 4:34
5 El mimao, gato for guitar Pablo Márquez 1:58
6 Canto de cuna indio, for guitar Pablo Márquez 2:54
7 La nochera, zamba Ernesto Cabeza Pablo Márquez 3:57
8 Mielero soy, chacarera Pablo Márquez 2:25
9 Canción al llanto, aire de zamba Pablo Márquez 2:46
10 Cuatro variantes, for guitar Pablo Márquez 5:03
11 Corazonando, chacarera trunca Pablo Márquez 2:28
12 Puna y kaluyo, etude for guitar Pablo Márquez 5:54


Juan Lo Bianco - Artwork
Ernesto Cabeza - Composer
Joël Fajerman - Engineer
Yannick Galland - Liner Note Translation
Michel Geiss - Mastering
Patricia Lanatta - Liner Note Translation
Pablo Márquez - Guitar, Liner Notes, Primary Artist