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Ever since Carel Kraayenhof’s performance at the wedding of Dutch Crown Prince Willem Alexander and Maxima in 2002, tango has become more renowned in the Netherlands. But Kraayenhof had already being playing with Sexteto Canyengue for years. Together with fellow bandoneón player Leo Verveld, he taught at the Tango Department of the Rotterdam Conservatory. The members of Trio Tangata also studied there, including pianist and composer Margreet Markerink and Jacqueline Edeling (bandoneón), a former student of Kraayenhof.


In 2008 Margreet Markerink won the Choclo, a composition prize for original tango-dance music which was popularized by the Dutch tango magazine ‘La Cadena’. The prize was awarded for the song ‘Aqui’, which is on Trio Tangata’s second album. It was recorded in the studio of pianist Marc Bischoff and mixed and mastered in the studio of bandonéonist Christiaan van Hemert, who together with Markerink and Edeling also play in the Tango Dorado ensemble.
Historias del Sur (Stories of the South) contains a number of compositions by Astor Piazzolla, including Michelangelo, the soothing Oblivion and Los Pajaros Perdidos, beautifully sung with restrained passion by José Rivero. Rivero is a powerful tango singer who also tackles Piazzolla’s ‘Vuelvo al Sur’ and the poetic tango lyrics in the Piazzolla/Horacio Ferrer masterpiece, ‘Balada Para Un Loco’, with skill and still palpable passion. Kraayenhof’s Desconcierto seems to have been written in a gloomy moment, and Trio Tangata stay true to this mood. Caseron de Tejas sounds slightly romantic. Julian Plaza’s Nocturna starts with a delightful bass intro by Adinda Meertins and is followed by an enchanting performance – Markerink’s delivery is nimble and fantastical. Aqui is a highly varyied composition, and in the hushed and melancholic ‘A Fuego Lente’ the interplay between the paino and the bandoneón stands out.
Although I have never been to Buenos Aires, I do feel the sensual atmosphere of this city – the birthplace of tango – in their music. Naturally, the members of Trio Tangata have visited Buenos Aires, because in order to convey the authentic tango feeling, one must have experienced the city. They even performed in a Tango Theatre show in the Palermo neighbourhood. And then there is a surprise: in Te Quiero, written by José Rivero, the Brazilian singer Lillian Vieira (Zuco 103) gives the song a completely new feeling when she sings his words. The sound is less tragic, airier. It reminds me of how, together with Rogério Bicudo, she interpreted the Brazilian choro and samba novo; her vocal abilities and benevolent singing, combined with the piano and bandoneón and the tango esthetic make it one of the most beautiful songs on the album. Historias del Sur is a glorious reflection of the Argentine tango which found its way to the Netherlands a long time ago.
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Tracklist Historias Del Sur:


Michelangelo

Flor De Lino

Los Pajaros Perdidos

Nocturna


Caseron De Tejas

Aqui


Te Quiero

A Fuego Lento

Oblivion

Cambalache

Recuerdos De Bohemia

Vuelvo Al Sur

Corralera

Desconcierto



Balada Para Un Loco


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