Some music from Sassone and Castillo, and the final part of the interview with Nadia Piave round out another cantor-oriented edition.
7:00pm this Sunday 25 September:
- on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra
- streaming live to the internet from http://www.2xxfm.org.au/listen
The image is of the CD My Latin Heart, from José Carbó and the Grigoryan brothers in 2012.
- Canción de Cuna, from Florindo Sassone, meaning Lullaby, recorded on 19 May 1947, composed in 1928, with music by José María Rizzuti, with lyrics by José Antonio Diez Gómez, sung by Jorgé Casal
- Y Todavia Te Quiero, from Héctor Varela, meaning And I Still Want You, recorded on 27 July 1956, with music by Luciano Leocata, lyrics by Abel Aznar, sung by Rodolfo Lesica
- Vida Mía, from Carlos Garcia at Radio El Mundo, from 1957, meaning My Life, composed in 1934, with music by Osvaldo Fresedo, with lyrics by Emilio Augusto Oscar Fresedo, sung by Héctor Pacheco
- El Vals De La Quince Años, from Carlos Garcia at Radio El Mundo, from 1957, meaning The Waltz of 15 years, with music by Agustín Minotti, with lyrics by Agustín Minotti, sung by Héctor Pacheco
- Caminito, from Grigoryan brothers, from 2011, meaning Little Pathway, composed in 1926, with music by Juan De Dios Filiberto, with lyrics by Gabino Coria Peñaloza, sung by José Carbó
- El Flete, from La Tubatango, from 2006, composed in 1916, with music by Vicente Greco, instrumental but original lyrics by Gerónimo Gradito
- Caminito, from Francisco Canaro, from 1927, meaning Little Pathway, recorded on 10 March 1927, with music by Juan De Dios Filiberto, instrumental but original lyrics by Gabino Coria Peñaloza
- Oblivion, from Grigoryan brothers, recorded in 2011, with music by Astor Piazzolla, with lyrics by Julian Clerc, sung by José Carbó
- Para Qué Vivir AsÍ, from Alfredo Gobbi, meaning To Live Like This, recorded on 9 June 1953, with music by Luciano Leocata, with lyrics by Reinaldo Yiso, sung by Jorgé Maciel