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The Tango Project

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    The Tango Project was developed as an orquesta típica of sorts, like those that graced cabarets and theaters of Buenos Aires in the 1920s and ‘30s. The group’s first effort, from 1982, became the best-selling classical album of its day, dubbed “the freshest release of the year” by the Christian Science Monitor.

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    William Schimmel, accordion
    Michael Sahl, piano
    Stan Kurtis, violin
    Richard Henrickson, violin; Russell Savakus, bass (1-3, 5, 8-12)
    Susan Herl-Conroy, wood block (11)

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Producer: Eric Salzman
    Assistant Producer: Susan Herl-Conroy
    Recorded November, 1981 at Columbia Studio “B”
    Engineering: Roger Mayer, Elektra Sound Recorders
    Assistant Engineer: Nancy Byers, CBS Studios, New York
    Mastered by Stan Ricker, Mobile Fidelity, Los Angeles, California
    Production Coordinator: Elise Keen

    All pieces arranged by Michael Sahl; accordion part realization by William Schimmel

    Design by Denise Minobe
    Paintings by Charles Reid

    Director: Keith Holzman

on May 29, 2008 - 7:14pm
Release Date: 
Tuesday, June 15, 1982 (All day)
Cover Art: 
Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79030

Number of Discs in Set: 
1disc
169
358
Monday, August 1, 1983 (All day)
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Artist Name: 
The Tango Project
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Album Status: 
UPC/Price: 
UPC: 
075597903027BUN
Price: 
0.00
Label: 
CD+MP3
UPC: 
075597903065
Price: 
10.00
Label: 
MP3
Description: 

The Tango Project was developed as an orquesta típica of sorts, like those that graced cabarets and theaters of Buenos Aires in the 1920s and ‘30s. The group’s first effort, from 1982, became the best-selling classical album of its day, dubbed “the freshest release of the year” by the Christian Science Monitor.

DescriptionExcerpt: 

The Tango Project was developed as an orquesta típica of sorts, like those that graced cabarets and theaters of Buenos Aires in the 1920s and ‘30s. The group’s first effort, from 1982, became the best-selling classical album of its day, dubbed “the freshest release of the year” by the Christian Science Monitor.

ProductionCredits: 

MUSICIANS
William Schimmel, accordion
Michael Sahl, piano
Stan Kurtis, violin
Richard Henrickson, violin; Russell Savakus, bass (1-3, 5, 8-12)
Susan Herl-Conroy, wood block (11)

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Producer: Eric Salzman
Assistant Producer: Susan Herl-Conroy
Recorded November, 1981 at Columbia Studio “B”
Engineering: Roger Mayer, Elektra Sound Recorders
Assistant Engineer: Nancy Byers, CBS Studios, New York
Mastered by Stan Ricker, Mobile Fidelity, Los Angeles, California
Production Coordinator: Elise Keen

All pieces arranged by Michael Sahl; accordion part realization by William Schimmel

Design by Denise Minobe
Paintings by Charles Reid

Director: Keith Holzman