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Considered by Piazzolla to be his best work, 1986's Tango Zero Hour was the culmination of a career that began in Argentina in the 1930s. Piazzolla started out auspiciously enough working with one of the brightest lights of the classic tango era, singer Carlos Gardél. After Gardél's tragic death in 1935 (by turning down an offer to tour with the singer at the age of 13, Piazzolla amazingly avoided the plane crash that killed Gardél), Piazzolla went on to perfect his bandoneón playing in various tango bands during the '40s ...

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  1. Tanguedia III
  2. Milonga del Angel
  3. Concierto Para Quinteto
  4. Milonga Loca
  5. Michelangelo '70
  6. Contrabajissimo
  7. Mumuki
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