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Nubes de Buenos Aires
Nubes de Buenos Aires by Máximo Diego Pujol In 2017, we were fortunate enough to spend time exploring and performing music in Argentina, and the last city we were in during the concert tour was none other than Buenos Aires. 🇦🇷♥️ 🌎 The city and its people are a study in contrasts, and our time there has left a permanent impression on us and how we approach performing South American music. There’s something so fun, vulnerable, and seductive about Buenos Aires and we feel like Argentine composer and guitarist Máximo Diego Pujol captures that perfectly in his piece “Dos Aires Candomberos.” Here is a little preview of the first movement, titled: “Nubes de Buenos Aires.”
“Hot” is the first of eleven attacca movements from Stephen Goss’s 2007 work, “From Honey to Ashes.” Featuring interludes for both instruments as well as musical instructions like “rough,” “bittersweet,” and “ambient” to name a few. There’s a refreshing unpredictability for both the listener and players which takes you on a musical and emotional journey.