Tag: Fernando Huergo

Pablo Ablanedo: Chistreza

The most remarkable aspect of the music of Pablo Ablanedo is the compositions themselves. As an artist...

El Eco with Guillermo Nojechowicz: Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

The misty nature of this meditative, multi-layered music by Guillermo Nojechowicz on Puerto de Buenos Aires is...

Florencia González: Between Loves

The long-held view that Florencia González is a woman of substance—a magnificent composer and arranger—were proven combined...

Pablo Ablanedo – Recontradoble

The beauty of ReContraDoble lies in its exquisite counterpoint that pits the brass against the woodwinds; the...

Gilson Schachnik and Mauricio Zottarelli: Mozik

It is amazing how it sometimes takes a foreign adventure to find one’s appreciation for the culture...

Rebecca Cline & Hilary Noble (Enclave) – Diaspora (2008)

In Diaspora, the quartet, Enclave, comprising the pianist Rebecca Cline, saxophonist and flutist, Hilary Noble, bassist, Fernando Huergo and percussionist, Steve Langone have a wonderful follow up to their eponymously titled first record. Cline and Noble specifically appear to be in good company – with the likes of Jane Bunnett and Larry Cramer, as a serious musical duo [...]

Joel LaRue Smith Trio: September’s Child

There is indeed a deep connection between Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean and Europe. As September's Child...

Fernando Huergo – Provinciano (Sunnyside Records 2008)

This is not just another record of music by an Argentinean musician. Provinciano is a brave attempt to create a new metaphor based on traditional harmonics and rhythms that inhabit the Argentinean Tango and folkloric music. Fernando Huergo, bassist extraordinaire makes a huge leap of faith as he - first explains - and then demonstrates the depth of his creativity [...]

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