The worst thing for an artist? Betraying one's vision and therefore being false. There are many visions in music, and each is "right" if it leads to results and has a value. So, what are the visions of Franco Margola and Astor Piazzolla?
An unconventional vision of Italian and European twentieth century music, in the footsteps of those composers who have decided to express themselves by deepening the language of tradition rather than encroaching on the territories of the avant-gardes.