When I first listened to this music, it touched me in such a way that compelled me to produce this piece. The rhythmic nature, constant variation and counterpoint of violin versus bandoneon, makes this creation by Astor (The Master) Piazzolla a great example of tango and classical fusion.
To represent the sensuality, heat and desire projected by the music, I chose to use a large amount of paintings, blended with Astor’s orchestra and real tango dancers. At times they are superimposed and counterpointing, as the music does with the instruments.
I hope you enjoy this creation, whether or not you’re a tango fan, since it’s more of a classical composition.
~Music: Escualo (Shark) by Astor Piazzolla
~Paintings: R Young; Juarez Machado; Pol Ledent; Virgil Stevens