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Old 02-01-2014, 08:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How good is the music of Argentina?

I suposse that most people don't know much (maybe some tango), so here is a cross-sample of argentinian music.


Spoiler for cut for masses of youtube videos:
Instrumental (guitar):



Metal:



Hard rock:



Rock:



This is a mix of reggae, rock, and argentinian folk.


A bit more reggae



Classic rock:




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Latin ska:



Latin various:


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Old 02-01-2014, 08:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Astor Piazzola is one of the great composers of the 20th century
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I find it interesting that OP didn't know what section he was supposed to post this is but had the courtesy to put all those youtube videos in a spoiler tag.

What a strange person.
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This makes more sense. Our mods are fantastic.
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I find it interesting that OP didn't know what section he was supposed to post this is but had the courtesy to put all those youtube videos in a spoiler tag.

What a strange person.
A moderator apparently edited my post, and added the spoiler tag. Or so I think.

¿Did I broke any rule?

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Did you heard some videos? Do you have an opinion?

I posted many genres because some people likes some genres, and didn't even care about others. So if he likes, for example "metal", most probably would hate pop, so there is a sample of metal.
That's why included many songs in English.

I would not take offence if you say that you don't like it. I would like to know what do you think.
I'm guess that since nobody gave an opinion or voted in the poll, they don't like it, or don't even care.
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Your thread has only been here for a few hours. Give it some time.
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Welcome to MB, KuntaFalza !

I really liked all the clips by Villa Mercedes; not just the music, but the videos of every-day street scenes too. As you may know, Astor Piazzola has an international reputation, although the only Argentinian cd I have is very traditional flute and guitar by Alejandro Fatur and Jorge Shitu. Have you ever heard of them?

As has been mentioned, your thread is really in the wrong section: if you look in the Country, World and Folk Forum, you´ll find threads there that discuss Latin music, but as Janszoon implies, a couple of responses a day is about average for some of these MB threads.

Finally, perhaps there are others like me; interested in Argentinian music, but not ready to vote on the music of a whole country. I imagine that Argentinia is no different from other countries - some good music, some bad !

P.S. Of all those clips you´ve already posted, do you have any particular favourites?
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I really liked all the clips by Villa Mercedes; not just the music, but the videos of every-day street scenes too.
Thanks again. I recorded the clips. That is my humble city.

They were filmed on sunday, after the rain, so the roads were empty of people. It is a typical city of the Cuyo region, which is the central west of Argentina.

The Cuyo region is characterised by tree lined streets, mostly with the species Platanus. There is another Cuyo city shown on the first post, (Mendoza, between the pop genre videos).
Mendoza is a city made on a desert, but nobody would guess, because is densely populated with trees everywere. The municipality government has a register of each tree, with his health record. Every road has a water channel for irrigation.

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As you may know, Astor Piazzola has an international reputation, although the only Argentinian cd I have is very traditional flute and guitar by Alejandro Fatur and Jorge Shitu. Have you ever heard of them?
No I never heard. I found a video on youtube from Fatur, and I liked it.
Thanks for telling.

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As has been mentioned, your thread is really in the wrong section: if you look in the Country, World and Folk Forum, you´ll find threads there that discuss Latin music, but as Janszoon implies, a couple of responses a day is about average for some of these MB threads.
There is an offical list of countries that should be posted there?

What is the difference between this Argentinian and British music?:


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Finally, perhaps there are others like me; interested in Argentinian music, but not ready to vote on the music of a whole country. I imagine that Argentinia is no different from other countries - some good music, some bad !
I think that in the last century, the best music was made on USA and Britain, despite that, like any country, those also made large ammounts of pretty ugly bad music.

Why I think of the music of a country, I think of the songs that I like more.
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P.S. Of all those clips you´ve already posted, do you have any particular favourites?
I would say that most are my favorites. But looking at the list, I see that I posted too many of Redonditos de Ricota, (that was unintended). So probably Redonditos is my prefered band.

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