La Camorra is the name of a three-movement suite for tango ensemble composed by Ástor Piazzolla. It was inspired by the Neapolitan criminal organization Camorra and represents Piazzolla's most ambitious compositional statement in length and large-scale musical form, though not in harmony or timbre. The composer referred to the recording made with his Second Quintet in 1987 in New York City as "the greatest thing I did", though it was not clear whether he meant as a composition or as a performance/recording.