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Angel y demonio

Ángel o Demonio (part. Fredy Montoya)

Yo soy el que manda flores dedica canciones
Palabras bonitas y darte mi amor
Pero todo con vos

El que te escribe poemas, baja las estrellas
Y mil cosas buenas
Que seas mi Julieta y Romeo ser yo

Y yo soy el malo, el diablo pervertido
El que quiere arrancarte todito el vestido
Y hacerte volar haciéndote el amor

Y hacerte sentir lo que nunca has vivido
Llevarte bien lejos perder los sentidos
Cambiar el amor por noches de pasión

Ese hombre no te conviene
Solo te va a lastimar y
Yo quiero enamorarte y ser tu ángel guardián

Y yo ser el demonio el que te hace pensar
Muchas cosas maaalas
El que te hace caer
Y te ha de enseñar mil cosas en la cama

Yo quiero darte mi amor
Y yo rumba y diversión cual es tu decisión
Cuál es tu decisión

Yo aun creo en el amor, en regala rosas
Sentir mariposas no
Importa tu cuerpo solo tu corazón

En cambio yo tengo mucho para darte un
Carro de lujo pa’ ir a todas partes y mucha
Pasión y mucha diversión

Ese hombre no te conviene solo te va a
Lastimar y yo quiero enamorarte y ser tu
Ángel guardián

Y yo ser el demonio el que te hace pensar
Muchas cosas malas
El que te hace caer
Y te ha de enseñar mil cosas en la cama

Yo quiero darte mi amor
Y yo rumba y diversión cual es tu decisión
Cuál es tu decisión

Antes de que el tiempo fuera tiempo, antes que la tierra fuera tierra, existía el paraíso, poblado por ángeles… y regidos por un Dios.

Pero un día, el cosmos niveló la balanza, y así como existía un Dios lleno de bondad, se creó uno lleno de maldad, para crear el equilibrio universal.

La fuerza del bien y del mal, creó un territorio de nadie… la tierra, y mientras el Dios benigno la pobló de humanos, ángeles menores, con capacidad de decidir, el Dios maligno se encargó de crear la tentación, y también su propio ejército, a los cuales llamó Demonios.

Cuenta la leyenda, que el ángel favorito del Dios benigno, un día, custodiando la paz de su territorio, vio al hijo del Dios maligno, el primogénito, el favorito, y se enamoró.

Ambos mantuvieron sus miradas, el mundo, el paraíso, el infierno se extinguieron, solo estaban ellos dos, y aquel sentimiento que crecía en sus corazones.

El Ángel desarrolló egoísmo, y el Demonio compasión, ambos se entregaron a aquel intenso sentimiento una y otra vez, hasta que al fin, el destino los descubrió.

El Dios benigno entristeció, pues no poseía el egoísmo de querer poseer al ángel, mas el Dios maligno encolerizó, pues no poseía la comprensión del amor.

Mil artimañas del Dios Maligno, y mil consejos del Dios Benigno… nada funcionó para separarlos, hasta que irremediablemente, ya no podían vivir, ni en la tierra ni en el cielo.

El Ángel arrancó sus alas, el Demonio limó sus cuernos, ambos renunciaron a las virtudes y los pecados, al poder y a la gloria para convertirse en simples humanos.

Dice la leyenda que ambos Dioses no podían entender por qué habían renunciado al infierno y al paraíso, al poder, a la gloria, a la sabiduría eterna.

Pero, el ángel ahora mujer, y el demonio, ahora hombre, sabían que no existía paraíso más intenso que el refugio que tenían en el corazón del otro. Y no había poder más grande que el saberse soberano en la vida del otro.

Superaron mil pruebas, mil artimañas, mil gritos coléricos y mil lágrimas de tristeza, mas cada lágrima derramada, cada grito resonando, fortalecieron aquel lazo que nació de la discordia y que superó incluso la propia creación.

Anyone who has spent time with the work of Astor Piazzolla knows that the forces of good and evil were two of his primary obsessions. For Piazzolla, it was not always clear as to which was which; he scattered these thematically oriented compositions like code across his scores. The renowned tango group Mi Loco Tango looks closely at this phenomenon on this gorgeous-sounding recording from Zama. They have taken two cycles that Piazzolla composed, one each for the angel and the devil, and juxtaposed them with other compositions of his as a way of showing his paradoxical nature. Mi Loco Tango is comprised of pianist Judith Herrman, violinist Irina Bunn (both from Germany), French-German double bassist Gregor Praml, and Russian Vassily Dück on the bayan (a chromatic button accordion). The set is introduced by a non-Piazzolla composition entitled «Adios Nonino,» written by Albert Mompellio after an arrangement for four accordions by Richard Galliano. It is a loving, sometimes fiery, elegiac piece that is more than fitting for this album before Mi Loco Tango goes forth with “Introduccion al Angel,” a composition that begins somberly, with traditional tango rhythms until the halfway point where the drama begins to show itself–like the angel emerging; spreading its wings. This is followed by “Milonga del Angel.» It’s the most beautiful work here with its lilting, somber, romantic textures, followed by “Muerte del Angel” and “Resurreccion del Angel.” These two works show how lusty and tempestuous one of God’s celestials can be. The levels of dissonance in them nearly reaches critical mass, but by contrast offer almost unbearably beautiful lyric and harmonic symmetries that create a tension that seduces the listener as well. The middle of the album contains the dramatic, “El Tango,” with lyrics written by Jorge Luis Borges, translated into German, and delivered by Willy Praml. The spare and mournful “Mumuki” follows and sets the stage for the entrance of the devil. Like “Milonga del Angel,” it’s haunting and exquisite; Bunn’s violin brings the listener close to tears.

While the devil is introduced with fierce dissonance in “Tango del Diablo,” via violin, piano and bayan all playing intense contrapuntal chords very percussively, it begins to emerge as a fiery, quick-moving tune: Bunn’s violin adds the fierce element of desire to the bayan, and becomes a thing of appealing — if harrowing — romantic zeal; this is continued as pure sensuality with over arcing melodies in “Romance del Diablo.” Here the interplay between Bunn and Dück is sublime in both engagement and restraint. “Vayamos del Diablo” is almost a coda to “Tango del Diablo,” but its melody is more pronounced despite its brevity. The set ends with the “Contrabajismo,” that is among the most musically adventurous pieces Piazzolla composed, and “Casapueblo,” which is four minutes of ghostly pianism by Hermann and Bunn with bass and bayan in hushed support. In sum, this is one of the most rewarding, musically astute yet provocative recordings of Piazzolla’s music to be released since his death.

Angel

Angels are beings of light and sound from the High Heavens born from the Crystal Arch. Though angels appear to have physical forms wearing armors and clothes, the true essence of angels are actually their wings, which are alternatively described as strands of light or fire. Their bodies are merely tools with which they interact with the world.

They are ruled by the Angiris Council, the angelic equivalent to the Great Evils of the Burning Hells.

Characteristics

Angels believe in strict discipline and order and wage a constant battle for the sake of all creation against the demonic hordes of the Burning Hells who seek to turn existence into pure chaos. In the Diablo universe, Angels are quite different from their judeo-christian counterparts. They strive to bring order and light into the world and oppose chaos and darkness and will go through any means to accomplish it. This is because they are all birthed from the remains of Anu. Even during their early efforts to gain the trust of humans they drove many away from them because of their austere methods and strict sense of discipline.

Even so, in battle angels can strike as much fear in mortal hearts as demons.

A fallen angel is an angel that has been exiled or banished from the High Heavens. This can come to be because of corruption, or more often such banishment is a punishment for disobeying or rebelling against the Angiris Council. Another way is for deliberate betrayal by an angel.

Archangels

Archangel Tyrael, the Aspect of Justice

An Archangel is an Angel of higher rank or with greater spiritual power than an ordinary Angel.

The Angiris Council, the ruling party of the High Heavens, consists of five Archangels. While various other Archangels are known to exist, they are not designated members of the Council. Archangels usually have their own specific spheres of influence, which define what they are and their functions in the High Heavens: for instance, the Angiris Council stands for Justice, Hope, Wisdom, Valor and Fate. Even in this respect Angels resemble their Demon counterparts: the Greater and Lesser Evils have their own domains, such as Terror, Pain and Destruction.

Archangels like Inarius have been known to have the power to create entire realms like Sanctuary, albeit with the aid of the Worldstone.

One of the most famous and popular Archangels is Tyrael, the Archangel of Justice.

List of Known Angels

Angiris Council

  • Auriel
  • Imperius
  • Itherael
  • Tyrael (former archangel)

Former Angiris Council Members

  • Inarius (fallen)
  • Malthael (fallen)

Other Angels

  • Hadriel
  • Izual (fallen)
  • Yaerius

The angel Miradokus in The Kingdom of Shadow is a only a disguise of Diablo and not a real angel.

Angels

Angiris Council

Auriel • Imperius • Itherael • Malthael • Tyrael

Other Angels

Hadriel • Inarius • Izual • Lycander • Urzael • Yaerius • Balzael

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