José Carbó & the Grigoryan brothers

It’s cantores all the way down this week…2016-09-11-jose-carbo-the-grigoryan-brothers

Join me in Healesville, Victoria, for a concert of tango and guitars with baritone José Carbó and the Grigoryan brothers,  take a further look at Nadia Piave‘s perspective as a tango soprano in the third of a four-part interview, and explore the songs of Cordero. That’s the tango hour this week, Sunday evening from 7:00pm:

PLAYLIST:

  • De Pura Cepa, a milonga recorded by Osvaldo Fresedo, on 20 May 1953, with music composed by José Ceglie, with lyrics by Osvaldo Cordero.
  • Yo Llevo Un Tango En El Alma, meaning ‘I  have a tango in the soul’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce in 1945, with music and lyrics composed by Osvaldo Cordero, and sung by Alberto Castillo.
  • Charol, meaning ‘Patent Leaher’, a candombe recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 3 March 1944, with music and lyrics composed by Osvaldo Cordero, and sung by Alberto Castillo.
  • No Comprendes, meaning ‘You Don’t Understand’, a vals recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 28 November 1950, with music and lyrics composed by Osvaldo Cordero, and sung by Alberto Castillo.
  • Uno, meaning ‘One’, a tango recorded by Grigoryan Brothers, on 2011, with music composed by Mariano Mores in 1943, with lyrics by Enrique Santos Discépolo, and sung by José Carbó.
  • Buenos Noches, Buenos Aires, meaning ‘Good Night, Buenos Aires’, a tango recorded by Carlos Di Sarli, on 16 January 1958, with music composed by Sebastián Piana, with lyrics by Osvaldo Sosa Cordero, and sung by Jorgé Duran.
  • Organito de la Tarde, meaning ‘Street Organist of the Afternoon’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 9 April 1947, with music composed by Cátulo Castillo in 1924, with lyrics by José González Castillo, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Yuyo Verde, meaning ‘Green Herbs’, a concierto recorded in 1989, with music composed by Domingo Federico in 1944, with lyrics by Homero Exposito, and sung by Roberto Goyeneche.
  • Chiquilín de Bachin, meaning ‘Waif of Bachin (Café)’, a vals recorded in 2003, with music composed by Astor Piazzolla, with lyrics by Horacio Ferrer, and sung by Guillermo Fernandez.

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