IT'S MY PLEASURE TO ANNOUNCE YOU, THAT "ROJOTANGO CD"
THE ALBUM WE DID WITH ERWIN SCHROTT FOR SONY CLASSSICAL),
WON THE "ECHO CLASSICAL AWARD 2012,(EUROPEAN GRAMMY),,,
CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPED IN THIS ALBUM,-
NEW UPDATES FEBRUARY 2011
Pablo Ziegler recorded a CD together with Erwin Schrott, hailed as one of the most exciting singers on the opera stage today. with Sony Classical, with some tunes by Piazzolla , Ziegler and surprises. This record will come out on April 2011 and on last December 31st, in Dresden, one tune of this CD has had it´s debut live ROJO TANGO by PABLO ZIEGLER , and you can see it in this video.
Erwin Schrott - Rojo Tango, Pablo Ziegler
NEW UPDATES NOVEMBER 2010
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NEW UPDATES APRIL 2010
A new CD for Sony is going to be recorded by Pablo Ziegler with Erwin Schott, hailed as one of the most exciting singers on the opera stage today. Some of the pieces will be Piazzolla´s, Ziegler´s and some surprises.
a film by Marianne Hettinger
Is the winner of the Jury Prize at the 2009 Ventura Film Festival, 2009
Mango Tango was nominated for Best Director at Queens International Film Festival in 2009
Mango Tango was the most popular Film at the Five Lakes Film Festival 2010 (Germany)
Mango Tango won Best Director and was nominated for Best Feature at the Detroit Independent Film Festival in 2010
The soundtrack includes music from Grammy winner: Pablo Ziegler, one of the most famous tango composers.
In MANGO TANGO, Marlene, a New York City dance teacher, is driven to therapy by the increasingly neurotic men she meets. A vacation in the German Alps turns out to be her biggest challenge yet…
Title: MANGO TANGO (2009, USA)
Director/ Writer: Marianne Hettinger
Genre: Romantic/ Black Comedy
Runtime: 98 min
Tagline: All Marlene ever wanted was to meet a nice guy…
Languages: 95% English, 5% German with subtitles
Filming Locations: New York City, USA, Augsburg and Bavarian Alps, Germany
Marianne Hettinger (‘Order Of Redemption’, ‘Cradle Will Rock’, ‘Cupidity’)
Michael E. Knight (3-time Emmy award winner)
David Parsons (dance legend)
Brian Vincent (‘The Deli’, ‘Blue Moon’)
Nicholas Kosovich (‘Dancing With The Stars’)
Johannes Hitzelberger (Bayerischer Rundfunk)
Misha Dacic, piano
Héctor Del Curto, bandoneón
Jisoo Ok, Cello
Hector Del Curto
A Evaristo Carriego
Milonga para Hermeto (Duo)
Introduccion al Angel
Bandoneon, Guitarra y Bajo (Duo)
Danza 4 (Duo)
Pagina de Buenos Aires
Muerte del Angel
Ralph Votapek and Albertine Votapek recorded this CD with five tunes by Astor Piazzolla and Arrangements of Pablo Ziegler that was released on March 04-2''8
Release date: Mar 04, 2008
Sonata for 2 Pianos in D major, K 448 (375a): 1st mvt, Allegro con spirito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata for 2 Pianos in D major, K 448 (375a): 2nd movement, Andante by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata for 2 Pianos in D major, K 448 (375a): 3rd movement, Molto allegro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Fantasy for Piano 4 hands in F minor, D 940/Op. 103 by Franz Schubert Danse sacrée et danse profane: Danse sacrée by Claude Debussy Danse sacrée et danse profane: Danse profane by Claude Debussy
Fuga y misterio by Astor Piazzolla Arranger: Pablo Ziegler La muerte del Angel by Astor Piazzolla Arranger: Pablo Ziegler Milonga del Angel by Astor Piazzolla Arranger: Pablo Ziegler Michelangelo 70 by Astor Piazzolla Arranger: Pablo Ziegler Tangata by Astor Piazzolla Arranger: Pablo Ziegler.
Canyengue brings together Latin Grammy-winning pianist and composer Pablo Ziegler, considered to be “the outstanding representative of the nuevo tango in his generation” (Stereo Review) and Maya Beiser, described by the The New Yorker as a “cello goddess” and by the San Francisco Chronicle as “the queen of post-minimalist cello.” Ziegler was pianist for Astor Piazzolla for ten years and instrumental in creating the sound that elevated tango music from dance clubs to the concert hall. Beiser grew up on an Argentinean kibbutz in Israel and is a celebrated cellist known for taking the cello beyond its classical boundaries. In their collaboration they explore the nature of “canyengue” – provocative, raw, earthy and sensual – the true soul of Buenos Aires tango.
Miami International Piano Festival
On February 2nd, at Steinway Hall
Pablo Ziegler´s music will be played as a part of this concert.
Scarlatti Sonata in B minor, K.187
Sonata in E major, K.162 Rachmaninoff Melodie (1888)
Romance in F minor Op.10 No.6
Valse in A major Op.10 No.2
Andante (3rd Movement from Sonata for Cello & Piano Op.19( arr.A.Volodos
Polka Italienne (Arr.Volodos) G.Gershwin/E.Wild Selections from: “Porgy and Bess”
The Man I Love
Rachmaninoff Prelude in C sharp Minor Op.3 No 2 Chopin Nocturne in D flat Major Op. 27 No 2 Rachmaninoff Etude-Tableau in E flat Minor Op. 39 No 5 Chopin Scherzo in B flat Minor Op. 31
Misha Dacic & Ilya Itin
Arrangements for two pianos by Misha Dacic
Muchacha de Boedo
Pablo Ziegler was pianist in Astor Piazzola's band for more than ten years, beginning on 1978 until its split in 1992. He had played jazz since his teenager years, but got acquainted with tango through his father, a violonist. With his virtuosic improvisator qualities, Ziegler was seen as the ideal partner by Piazzola, and the latter's influence on Ziegler's music is still going on strongly today. His "New Tango Duo", with guitarist Enrique "Quique" Sinesi and their permanent guest Walter Castro on , was recorded in 2003 by the Dutch Radio in Utrecht. The best moments are aired as a concert-series by "Jazz", beginning on thursday, march 30th 2006
Tonos published the following tunes from Pablo Ziegler
"Milonga del Adiós"
Quintet: Piano, Bandoneón, Guitar, Doublebass and Drums
"Alrededor del Choclo" Parts and Set
"Desde otros tiempos" Parts, Score and Set
Quintet + Sax tenor:
"Once again......Milonga" Parts and set
"Muchacha de Boedo" Parts, Set and Score
Tonos has published the following arrangements for two pianos by Pablo Ziegler from the CD
"Los Tangueros" with Emanuel Ax, ( Astor Piazzolla):
" Fuga y Misterio"
" Milonga del Ángel"
" La muerte del Ángel"
" Michelangelo 70"
" Verano Porteño"
PABLO ZIEGLER WEBSITE IS ONLINE
Date: February 25, 2001
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