Born: 11th March 1921, Mar del Plata, Argentina
Died: 4th July 1992.
Orquesta Típica (in English: Piazzolla's Traditional Orchestra), aka "the 1946 Orchestra", 1946-50. On the database as Astor Piazzolla Y Su Orquesta Típica
Orquesta de Cuerdas (in English: String Orchestra), 1955-1958.
Octeto Buenos Aires (in English: Buenos Aires Octet) 1955-58. On the database as Octeto Buenos Aires
Jazz Tango Quintet, 1959. On the database as Astor Piazola & His Quintet
Quinteto (in English: Quintet), aka the first Quintet, 1960-70. On the database as Astor Piazzolla Y Su Quinteto
Nuevo Octeto (in English: New Octet), 1963. On the database as Astor Piazzolla Y Su Nuevo Octeto
Conjunto 9 (in English: Ensemble 9), aka Noneto, 1971-72 & 1983. On the database as Astor Piazzolla Y Su Conjunto 9
Conjunto Electronico (in English: Electronic Ensemble), aka Electronic Octet, 1975.
Quinteto Tango Nuevo (in English: New Tango Quintet), aka the second Quintet, 1978-1988. On the database as Astor Piazzolla Y Su Quinteto Tango Nuevo
Sexteto Nuevo Tango (in English: New Tango Sextet), 1989.
Astor Piazzolla Discography Tracks
- 2 Vocals
- 153 Instruments & Performance
- 1127 Writing & Arrangement
- 1 Featuring & Presenting
- 37 Conducting & Leading
- 7 Production
- 13 Acting, Literary & Spoken