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Piazzolla: KICHO for String Tango Quintet (Soteldo)

Piazzolla: KICHO for String Tango Quintet (Soteldo)

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About the Composition

Kicho was composed by Astor Piazzolla as a tribute to the double bass player Enrique Kicho Díaz. Kicho was Piazzolla's bassist in the Quintet New Tango from 1960 to 1977.

What's Included

Parts, a complete score, and a practice audio track.

Notes From the Arranger

Speaking from Kicho Díaz, the three brothers, Díaz, David, José, and Enrique, must be mentioned. David was a violinist, and José and Enrique were bassists.

José was the Oswaldo Pugliese Orchestra double bass and the Anibal Troilo Orchestra. He was the first influence on Enrique in the future Kicho. Kicho played guitar and bandoneon, but his brother José influenced him to play the double bass, and here starts the history of the famous Kicho Díaz.

Please Note this arrangement is for 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, and Double Bass. 

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