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  • Building on the success of its first Nonesuch outing, The Tango Project widens its scope on its second album by including both original compositions and works by composers like Kurt Weill and Cole Porter. The New York Times described the results as “ravishing,” noting that “the variety of styles skillfully reflected here is wide.”

  • Building on the success of its first Nonesuch outing, The Tango Project widens its scope on its second album by including both original compositions and works by composers like Kurt Weill and Cole Porter. The New York Times described the results as “ravishing,” noting that “the variety of styles skillfully reflected here is wide.”

  • 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.