Tonight there is a review of Modern Tango World, the new magazine that recently turned 1, and some post-Gotan Project music. Then the focus is on Uruguay with an introduction to the life and music of Juan ‘Firpito’ Baüer, and an interview with Nestor Vaz. That’s Tango Capital at 7:00pm AEDT tonight
- on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra
- streaming live to the internet from http://www.2xxfm.org.au/listen
- El Amanecer, meaning ‘The Dawn’, a tango written by Roberto Firpo and recorded by him on 4 January 1938.
- No Te Quiero Más, meaning ‘I do not love you any more’, a tango recorded by Enrique Rodríguez, on 15 March 1940, with music composed by Juan Baüer, with lyrics by Juan Antonio Estape, and sung by Armando Moreno.
- Adíos, Arrabal, meaning ‘Good-bye, Neighbourhood’, a tango recorded by Julio De Caro in 1930, with music composed by Juan Baüer in 1930, with lyrics by Carlos César Lenzi, and sung by Pedro Lauga.
- Juventud, meaning ‘Youth’, a tango recorded by Carlos Gardel singing on 20 March 1930, with music composed by Juan Baüer in 1929, and with lyrics by Roberto Aubriot Barboza.
- La Mano Encima, meaning ‘The Upper Hand’, a neotango recorded by Plaza Francia in 2014, with music and lyrics by Eduardo Makaroff, and sung by Catherine Ringer.
- Cenizas, meaning ‘Ashes’, a neotango recorded by Plaza Francia in 2014, with music and lyrics by Eduardo Makaroff, and sung by Catherine Ringer.
- La Muerte Del Ángel, meaning ‘Death of the Angel’, a concierto recorded by Nestor Vaz Quinteto in 2008 of music composed by Astor Piazzolla.
- Palersur, a candombe written by Nestor Vaz in 2013 and recorded by Nestor Vaz Quinteto in 2015.