Antonio Agri Y Su Conjunto De Arcos - Antonio Agri Y Su Conjunto De Arcos mp3 flac
- Album: Antonio Agri Y Su Conjunto De Arcos
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- Style: Tango
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Argentinian tango ensemble led by Antonio Agri can also be found as Conjunto de Cuerdas de Antonio Agri. Members: Angel Bonura, Antonio Agri.
Antonio Agri – Al Estilo De Antonio Agri Y Su Conjunto De Arcos. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
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Antonio Agri (May 5, 1932 – October 17, 1998) was an Argentine violinist, composer and conductor prominent in both the tango and classical music genres. Antonio Agri was born in Rosario, Argentina, in 1932. He was taught music locally by Dermidio Guastavino, and in 1947, he made his professional debut in Córdoba as member of a quartet. Later, in Rosario, he joined orchestras led by Julián Chera, Lincoln Garrot and José Sala.
He later joined a quartet, Los poetas del Tango, and eventually led a string quintet, the Quinteto de Arcos Torres/Agri. He later joined the Rosario Symphony Orchestra, though in 1961, Nito Farace (a violinist in the Aníbal Troilo Orchestra for decades) recommended him to Ástor Piazzolla. Piazzolla invited Agri to take part in the Quinteto Nuevo Tango, and the debut took place in April 1962. Agri later played in the Nuevo Octeto (1963), and played as sideman in well-known orchestras headed by Osvaldo Fresedo, Horacio Salgán, Mariano Mores, Alberto Caracciolo and Roberto Pansera.
|A1||La Ultima Curda|
|A2||Danza De Los Espiritus Bienaventurados|
|A4||El Dia Que Me Quieras|
|B1||Fuga Y Misterio|
|B4||Penas De Amor|