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Dino Saluzzi Group
El Valle de la Infancia

Dino Saluzzi bandoneon
José Maria Saluzzi guitar, requinto guitar
Nicolás ´Colacho´ Brizuela guitar
Felix ´Cuchara´ Saluzzi tenor saxophone, clarinet
Matias Saluzzi electric bass, double bass
Quintino Cinalli drums, percussion
 
Sombras

La Polvadera

Pueblo
Part I – Labrador
Part II – Salavina
Part III - La Tristecita

A mi Padre y a mi Hijo
Churqui


Urkupiña
Part I – Salida del Templo
Part II – Ruego, procesion y entronacion

La Fiesta Popular
Part I – La Danza
Part II – Galanteo
Part III – La perseguida
Part IV – Atardecer
Part V – En la quebrada de

Lules

Tiempos Primeros
Part I – La Arribeña
Part II – La casa paterna


Recorded March, April & May 2013

ECM 2370
 
Background

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Argentinean bandoneonist-composer-improviser Dino Saluzzi returns to his roots with El Valle de la Infancia. Recorded in Buenos Aires, it’s the first of his discs to feature his “family band” since 2005’s Juan Condori. Here Dino is heard with his brother Felix on tenor sax and clarinet, his son José María on guitars and nephew Matías on basses. Friends joining the party are 7-string guitarist Nicolás “Colacho” Brizuela, known internationally for his long association with singer Mercedes Sosa, and drummer Quintino Cinalli, brought in by Dino to gently expand the sense of freedom that informs his music. “This work is alive with different genres”, writes Leopoldo Castilla in the liner notes. “From dances such as zamba to carnavalito to chacarera... The music captures the natural world of its origins; North Argentina, ablaze with mourning, despairing with joy.”

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