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Astor Piazzolla is considered one of the most influential tango musicians of all time. He was born in Argentina in 1921 and died in 1992. During his lifetime, he composed over 3, 000 pieces of music, including pieces for solo piano, bandoneon, and orchestra. His style of tango was unique and blended elements of classical music with traditional Argentine folk music. If you're a fan of tango music, then you should definitely check out Astor Piazzolla.

What is the best Astor Piazzolla record to start with?

If you're new to Astor Piazzolla, the best record to start with is his 1965 release, The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night.

I consider this his signature album because it's where he combines tango with the rhythms of jazz and the waltz. I'll be honest; this album is a little difficult to get into if you're unfamiliar with his style. But once you get used to it, it's actually quite accessible. The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night is just one of many tango albums that Astor Piazzolla released during his lifetime. My favorite is the Latin Tango Special Edition, which was released in 2008. It's the only album that features the full orchestra that he wrote for. It's the only album that features the full orchestra that he wrote for. This recording also contains a version of "The Star-Spangled Banner," which is well worth listening to.

Piazzolla was known for collaborating with different musicians, and on this album he teams up with the London Symphony Orchestra. This recording also contains a version of "The Star-Spangled Banner, " which is well worth listening to. Piazzolla was known for collaborating with different musicians, and on this album he teams up with the London Symphony Orchestra. This recording is in Spanish. Astor Piazzolla was known for collaborating with different musicians, and on this album he teams up with the London Symphony Orchestra.