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Emilio Teubal / Press

"...when someone asks you what will be considered the classic albums of this modern jazz age in fifty years time, you should point to this recording as one of them. As near to perfection as you can get."

“In fact it is very possible that Emilio Teubal may have emerged as one of the most outstanding musicians from Argentina, with this record that will surely mark him as one of the deepest thinkers as well as one of the most “painterly” pianists in modern music”

“From the session's opening bar to its last, the ensemble provides a nonstop rush of intellectually curious, inherently charming and beautifully performed works”

"Un Monton de Notas is one of the strongest Latin jazz albums of the year and one I highly recommend for listeners looking for something new

“....Teubal clearly has a fulfilling idea of what he wants to do, it’s worth doing and he does it so well that he sounds like no one else. This is a CD worth seeking out, and a musician worth watching......Teubal clearly has a fulfilling idea of what he wants to do, it’s worth doing and he does it so well that he sounds like no one else. This is a CD worth seeking out, and a musician worth watching..”

“The disc is smartly sequenced in a way that keeps the listener happy all the way through, ending with a bang on the super-charged Milonga Para Terminar. Highly recommended”

“Argentine pianist-composer Emilio Teubal assembled an international cast of emerging jazz talent for his second release as a leader. The Swirling Ping-Pong is so named for the bouncing back and forth of the engaging melody between two soprano sxs, Cuban Xavier perez and Brazilian Felipe Salles. The mysterious "Before the Outerspace" features some soothing tenor sax work by Perez alongside the lush clarinet playing of Ivan Barenboim. On the brisk, chop-busting chorinio (T)La Arania '08, Teubal plays accordion against Japanese bassist Moto Fukushima's deep groove on six-string electric”

Bill Milwokski - Jazz Times

"....Emilio Teubal is making a name for himself among the growing roster of young modern pianists and musicians"

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