Quartet San Francisco | Látigo

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Executive Producer: Lauren Speeth
Producer: Jeremy Cohen
Associate Producer: Andrea Liguori

Recorded August 22-25, 2005 at Skywalker Ranch, Nicasio, California

Engineer: Leslie Ann Jones
Assistant Engineer: Dann Michael Thompson
Editing Engineer: Andre Zweers
Mixing Engineer: Judy Kirschner
Mastering Engineer: Ken Lee
Package Design: Gwen Terpstra, Terpstra Design
Quartet Photography: Eliot Khuner
Art Photography: Richard Grant

Cover art: Ricahrd Diebenkorn, Collection of Gretchen and Richard Grant

All titles arranged by Jeremy Cohen except Tracks 6 and 15.

Though Quartet San Francisco has regularly performed a wide range of material—Beethoven to Brubeck, Mozart to Mingus—Jeremy Cohen cultivates a special long-standing devotion to tango. For two years he played with the theatrical revue Forever Tango during its oft-extended San Francisco run (1995-1997). In 2004, Quartet San Francisco was among 30 competitors participating in the New York City International Tango Competition, sponsored by the Argentine Consulate. The quartet won both the Special Prize and the Grand Prize, which awarded them five performances in Buenos Aires and New York in the 2004-2005 season.

Látigo takes its title (Spanish for “whip”) from the term describing a performance technique used in tango—a quick slide or glissando of a left-hand finger on a stringed instrument for the purpose of simulating the sound of a whip.

GRAMMY Awards (2007) for Látigo:
Nomination, Best Classical Crossover Album
Nomination, Best Engineered Album, Classical