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Solo

Pablo Ziegler

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1
Alguien sin Nombre
Pablo Ziegler
3:07
2
La Fundición
Pablo Ziegler
4:47
3
Oblivion
Pablo Ziegler
5:12
4
Murga del Amanecer
Pablo Ziegler
4:29
5
Milonga del Ángel
Pablo Ziegler
6:04
6
Nana para un Niño Dormido
Pablo Ziegler
3:38
7
Blues Porteño
Pablo Ziegler
5:24
8
Milonga en el Viento
Pablo Ziegler
5:15
9
Pájaro Ángel
Pablo Ziegler
3:56
10
La Rayuela
Pablo Ziegler
3:04
11
Muchacha de Boedo
Pablo Ziegler
6:05
12
El Vals del Duende
Pablo Ziegler
3:15
13
Nostalgias (Arr. for Piano)
Pablo Ziegler
3:53
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:09
"Just as a really suave tango dancer seems not to move with feet but on wheels, Ziegler skates the keyboard."
- The Los Angeles Times

Grammy-winning pianist and composer Pablo Ziegler dedicated his first solo album to the soul of Buenos Aires music. On this program, Ziegler is able to express his passion and love for both his instrument and his country.

“Releasing this solo piano album is a new chapter of my life as a musician..."
- Pablo Ziegler
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Steinway and Sons Studio Masters

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