Tango Fire – Australian Tour

Join me th2016-08-10 - Tango Fire publicityis week at Tango Fire and in exploring the music of Pedro Maffia before the final part of the interview with tanguera Sarah Bonnar. The tango hour, in its new timeslot, 7:00pm to 8:00pm, this Sunday 28 August

 

PLAYLIST:

  • Mala Junta, meaning ‘Bad Meeting’, a tango recorded by Julio de Caro, on 13 September 1927, with music composed by Julio de Caro & Pedro Laurenz in 1927, with lyrics by Juan Miguel Velich.
  • El Baqueano, meaning ‘The Gaucho’, a tango recorded by Julio de Caro, on 13 September 1927, with music composed by Agustín Bardi in 1919.
  • Chique, meaning ‘Ornamented’, a tango recorded by Pedro Maffia in 1930, with music composed by Ricardo Luis Brignolo with counermelody for cello added later by Fritz in 1920.
  • A Traves De Los Años, meaning ‘Through The Years’, a ango recorded by Pedro Maffia, on 4 October 1934, with music composed by Pedro Maffia, with lyrics by Homero Manzi., and sung by Félix Gutiérrez.
  • Mala Junta, meaning ‘Bad Meeting’, a tango recorded by Tango Fire Quartet in 2005, with music composed by Julio de Caro & Pedro Laurenz in 1927, with lyrics by Juan Miguel Velich.
  • El Baqueano, meaning ‘The Gaucho’, a tango recorded by Juan D’Arienzo, on 21 January 1937, with music composed by Agustín Bardi in 1919.
  • La Maleva, meaning ‘The Rough Woman’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 9 October 1942, with music composed by Antonio Buglione in 1922.
  • El Ingeniero, meaning ‘The Engineer’, a tango recorded by Carlos di Sarli, on 31 January 1955, with music composed by Alejandro Junnissi.
  • A Evaristo Carriego, meaning ‘To Evaristo Carriego’, a tango recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese, on 26 December 1985, with music composed by Eduardo Rovira.

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