José Bragato

Born 12 October 1915. Died 18 July 2017
José Bragato
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1915-10-12
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José Bragato

José Bragato Biography (Wikipedia)

José Bragato (12 October 1915 – 18 July 2017) was an Italian-born Argentine cellist, composer, conductor, arranger and musical archivist who, in his early career, was principal cellist in the Colón Theatre orchestra in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Apart from his involvement in classical music he also performed for many years in a number of Ástor Piazzolla's Nuevo tango (New tango) ensembles where his cello solos, which had never before featured in tango, put him in the vanguard of Nuevo tango from its birth in the 1950s. Since then he has done numerous and varied arrangements of Piazzolla's compositions.

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Astor Piazzolla
Requiem para un Malandra
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Requiem para un Malandra
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Sideral
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Tres minutos con la realidad
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Tres minutos con la realidad
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Invierno porteno (Las Cuatro estaciones portenas)
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