Rina Sawaya, on tango and the martial arts

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Cantor de la orquesta Jorge Maciel kicks off this week’s edition, and Tángalo perform with Nestor Vaz, all  followed by a discussion of tango in relation to the martial arts with Rina Sawaya.

That’s the tango hour this week, 7:00pm this Sunday:

PLAYLIST:

  • Un Tango Para El Recuerdo, meaning ‘A Tango For A Memory’, a tango, recorded by Pugliese, on 24 June 1957, with music by Rafael Del Bagno, with lyrics by Antonio Cantó, and sung by Jorge Maciel.
  • Adios Corazon, meaning ‘Goodbye Heart’, a tango, recorded by Pugliese, on 29 May 1958, with music by Lalo Etchegoncelay, with lyrics by Héctor Sapelli, and sung by Jorge Maciel.
  • Remembranza, meaning ‘Remembrance’, a tango, recorded by Gobbi, on 8 September 1948, with music by Mario Melfi composed in 1940, with lyrics by Mario Battistella, and sung by Jorge Maciel.
  • Tu Amargura, meaning ‘Your Misery’, a vals, recorded by Gobbi, on 25 July 1949, with music and lyrics by Laureano Martínez Smart, and sung by Jorge Maciel & Ángel Diaz.
  • La Cumparsita, meaning ‘The Little March’, a tango, recorded by Pugliese, on 6 August 1959, with music composed in 1924 by Gerado Matos Rodríguez, with lyrics by Pascual Contursi, Enrique Maroni, and Gerado Matos Rodríguez, and sung by Jorge Maciel & Carlos Guido with Luis Mela reciting.
  • La Intriga, meaning ‘The Intrigue’, a tango, recorded by Gobbi, on 23 November 1950, with music by Héctor Stamponi composed in 1950, with lyrics by Marcó, and sung by Jorge Maciel.
  • Una Emoción, meaning ‘An Emotion’, a tango, recorded by Tanturi, on 17 November 1943, with music by Raúl Kaplún, with lyrics by José Maria Suñe, and sung by Enrique Campos.
  • Pensalo Bien, meaning ‘Think Well’, a tango, recorded by D’Arienzo, on 22 June 1938, with music by Juan Visciglio, with lyrics by Lolo López & Julio Alberto, and sung by Alberto Echagüe.
  • Esta Noche de Luna, meaning ‘This Moonlit Night’, a tango, recorded by Di Sarli, on 17 December 1943, with music by Graciano Gómez & José Garcia, with lyrics by Héctor Marcó, and sung by Roberto Rufino.

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