Chapter 8: María de Buenos Aires, “Nice artistic experience, but an economic failure. Horacio Ferrer and I, we lost everything ”. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1968.

The chapters of this series contain excerpts from the talks that Astor Piazzolla and his daughter Diana had between 1983 and 1986. The first part of these dialogues took place in Mexico, where Diana lived because of her exile, along with her husband and children. After many attempts, Diana managed to convince her father to tell her life, her story. Astor refused, because he believed that the biographies: “were only made of the dead”, and he was undoubtedly more alive than ever.

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