Desvios

by Marcelo Nisinman

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"Desvios"

Tango Music-Theater Composition by Marcelo Nisinman (Music) and Carlos Trafic (Text & Libretto)

DESVIOS is a parody about the “PORTEÑO” (*) CULTURE and the rituals connected with the life and death of the human beings; Marcelo Nisinman's music and Carlos Trafic's texts achieve an existential trip of universal character.

“Desvios” is a short satirical Tango piece where each Tango is an universe in itself that can be played separately outside its context as an integrated work. It manages to gain a timeless and infinite universe achieved by means of minimun, but yet, essential musical and theatrical stuff.

This piece offers the possibility of being performed as a “whole”, in an aleatory order, succeeding in the creation of many atmospheres and situations, telling a different story with each combination but, nevertheless, being the same in substance: “THE UNREVEALED MYSTERY OF HUMAN MADNESS AND EXISTENCE”.

An Innovative vision of the music of Buenos Aires, a journey through the instrumental, sung and recited Tango with a “Lunfardo” (**) and minimalist tinted “Porteño” language.

(*) OF BUENOS AIRES – DERIVATION OF “PORT” (**) BUENOS AIRES SLANG

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released December 21, 2007

Desvios
Tango Music-Theater Composition by Marcelo Nisinman (Music) and Carlos Trafic (Text & Libretto)
© Nisinman 2007-2008, SUISA ®

Araceli Fernández, Coloratur Sopran
Carlos Trafic, Actor and Regisseur
Hannu Siiskonen, Electric Gitarre
Winfried Holzenkamp, Double Bass
Marcelo Nisinman, Bandoneón

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Marcelo Nisinman Basel, Switzerland

Born in Buenos Aires, Marcelo Nisinman, is an internationally renowned bandoneon player, composer and arranger.

Marcelo Nisinman studied the bandoneon with Julio Pane and composition with Guillermo Graetzer in Buenos Aries and Detlev Müller-Siemens in Basel.

For specific information as well as CV and more, you are welcome to visit Marcelo Nisinman's official web page at:

www.nisinman.com
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