Rodolfo Alchourrón's figure holds a special place in Argentine music, both for his intense production as well as for his ability to set up bridges between different musical genres. Born in 1934 in Buenos Aires, he received a solid classical music formation. Later on he became interested in so-called popular music, attracted by jazz, but also by tango and rock. In the jazz scene he played with musicians as renowned as Leandro "Gato" Barbieri and Enrique "Mono" Villegas. In the tango arena, he collaborated with Eduardo Rovira, Astor Piazzolla and Rodolfo Mederos. In rock, he's well known for his orchestral arrangements for Almendra, Miguel Abuelo and Litto Nebia. Nor was he a stranger to Argentine folklore: he played the charango and shared the stage with musicians such as the percussionist Domingo Cura or the fusion accordionist Dino Saluzzi.
Algunos Dias, Algunas Noches
No S, No S, Preguntar Para Saber
Esas Dos Cosas Benditas
Casi Un Tango
Cuzco Sucio Y Molesto, Largo De Aqui
Vals En La Muy Sostenido
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