There is something of Borges in Beytelmann's music: a clear, lucid language, erudite and singularly individual. Certainly, Beytelmann speaks his 'mother tongue', the Tango, but like his second language, French, he speaks it with the accent of the knowing exile, aware of its implications and consequences. "Linked to Tango", his music draws from its Porteño roots the potentialities of a new language, embracing a musical modernity beyond all artifice. Gustavo Beytelmann's idiom is profoundly personal, emanating from introspection and open to the world, reminding us, should it be necessary, that Tango is a musical language that is very much alive.

Mathieu Cepitelli
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