Orquesta La Luna

2016-07-30 - Orquesta La Luna - front

This week the focus is on the dancable Enrique Rodriguez, we check out the new Orquesta, La Luna, and interview Sydney tango singer Nadia Piave.

The tango hour, 7:00pm to 8:00pm, this Sunday 4 September:

PLAYLIST:

  • Pobre Soñador, meaning ‘Poor Dreamer’, a tango recorded by Edgardo Donato, on 21 June 1933, with music composed by Edgardo Donato, with lyrics by Manuel Romero, and sung by Felix Gutiérrez.
  • Llorar Por Una Mujer, meaning ‘To Cry For A Woman’, a tango recorded by Enrique Rodriguez, on 23 July 1941, with music composed by Enrique Rodriguez, with lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo, and sung by Armando Moreno.
  • Salud, Dinero y Amor, meaning ‘Health, Money & Love’, a vals recorded by Enrique Rodriguez, on 25 July 1939, with music composed by Rodolfo Sciammarella in 1939, with lyrics by Rodolfo Sciammarella, and sung by Roberto Flores.
  • Café, meaning ‘Café’, a tango recorded by Enrique Rodriguez, on 9 January 1946, with music composed by Enrique Rodriguez, with lyrics by Horacio Sanguinett, and sung by Armando Moreno.
  • Felicia, meaning ‘Felica (a woman’s name)’, a tango recorded by Juan D’Arienzo, on 1 September 1939, with music composed by Enrique Saborido, with lyrics by Carlos Mauricio Pacheco.
  • Tamboriles, meaning ‘Small Drums’, a candombe recorded by Enrique Rodriguez, on 30 October 1956, with music composed by José Segundo Matteo Yannini, with lyrics by Gregorio E Brun Elizalde, and sung by Omar Quiroz & Oscar Galán.
  • Felicia, meaning ‘Felica (a woman’s name)’, a tango recorded by Fabio Hager in 2008, with music composed by Enrique Saborido, with lyrics by Carlos Mauricio Pacheco.
  • Absurdo, meaning ‘Absurd’, a vals recorded by Adriana Varela in 1998, with music composed by Virgilio Expósito, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Adriana Varela.
  • Oblivion, meaning ‘I Forget’, a concierto recorded by Quinteto Suarez Paz in 1996, with music composed by Astor Piazzolla, with lyrics by  Julian Clerc, and sung by Beatriz Paz.

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