Que lo diga el río (Let the river say it) is a tribute to Argentine music and offers a new perspective into the extreme cultural diversity of Argentina. This album presents an array of different folklore pieces written for guitar (Yupanqui, E. Falú, J. Falú) alongside tango music (Piazzolla, Plaza), and as such tries to pay tribute to this multiplicity of expressions.
Que lo diga el río includes original works written by some of the most important guitarists and poets of Argentine folklore (Atahualpa Yupanqui, Eduardo Falú, Juan Falú) and also tango pieces written by Astor Piazzolla and Julián Plaza adapted for the guitar by Sergio Assad, Victor Villadangos and Oscar Vidal.
Total playing time: 47’42”.
Produced by Uros Baric.
Upon the release the album will also be available on::
 Atahualpa Yupanqui: Lloran las ramas del viento [3:13]
 Atahualpa Yupanqui: Canciones del abuelo no. 2 [4:32] (transcribed by Carlos Roldán)
 Anonymus: Zamba de Vargas [3:02] (compiled by Andrés Chazarreta; guitar version: Atahualpa Yupanqui)
 Eduardo Falú: La cuartelera [3:09]
 Juan Falú: Rastro de amor [5:08]
 Eduardo Falú: Cueca del arenal [3:27]
 Juan Falú: Que lo diga el río [6:22]
 Astor Piazzolla: Triunfal [4:02] (arranged by Víctor Villadangos)
 Astor Piazzolla: Jacinto Chiclana [4:14] (text by Jorge Luis Borges; arranged by Víctor Villadangos)
 Julián Plaza: Melancólico [3:02] (arranged by Oscar Vidal)
 Astor Piazzolla: Invierno Porteño [7:04] (arranged by Sergio Assad)