Fernando Tell – the music

2017-01-26-fernando-tell

And, after the brief introduction last week, this week the music of Fernando Tell is unpacked, with examples from Francini-Pontier, Troilo, and a very young Piazzolla.

That’s Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: Todotango – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LteO-CSYvjU

PLAYLIST:

  • De Vuelta Al Bulín, meaning ‘Back To the Room’, a tango recorded by Astor Piazzolla, on 20 March 1946, with music composed by José Martinez, composed in 1914, with lyrics by Pascual Contursi, and sung by Francisco Fiorentini.
  • En Carne Propia, meaning ‘In The Flesh’, a tango recorded by Astor Piazzolla, on 21 May 1946, with music composed by Manuel Sucher, composed in 1946, with lyrics by Carlos Bahr, and sung by Francisco Fiorentini.
  • Viejo Ciego, meaning ‘Blind Old Man’, a tango recorded by Astor Piazzolla, on 10 January 1946, with music composed by Cátulo Castillo and Sebastián Piana, composed in 1926, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Francisco Fiorentini.
  • A Orlando Goni, meaning ‘To Orlando Goni’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo in 1952, with music composed by Alfredo Gobbi, first recorded in 1949.
  • Chique, meaning ‘Highly Ornamented – it’s a description of the music by the composer’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo in 1952, with music composed by Ricardo Luis Brignolo, composed in 1920, with lyrics by Ricardo Luis Brignolo.
  • El Entrerriano, meaning ‘a reference to the person to whom the music was dedicated’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo in 1952, with music composed by A Rosendo (Rosendo Mendizábal, composed in 1897-1898.
  • A Mi Madre, meaning ‘To My Mother’, a vals recorded by Francini-Pontier, on 10 May 1948, with music composed by Francisco Peña, first recorded in 1928, with lyrics by Francisco Peña, and sung by Roberto Rufino.
  • A Su Memoria, meaning ‘To Her Memory’, a vals recorded by Francini-Pontier, on 5 March 1947, with music composed by Antonio Sureda, first recorded in 1927, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Roberto Rufino.
  • Milonga En Negro, meaning ‘Milonga In Black’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 31 March 1949, with music composed by Edmundo Rivero, with lyrics by Edmundo Rivero, and sung by Edmundo Rivero.
  • Miriñaque, meaning ‘Crinoline’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 20 October 1949, with music composed by Alberto Mastra, composed in 1947, with lyrics by Alberto Mastra, and sung by Aldo Calderón and Edmundo Rivero.
  • La Culpa Es Mia, meaning ‘The Fault Is Mine’, a tango recorded by Francini-Pontier, on 11June 1947, with music composed by Arturo Gallucci, with lyrics by Victorino Velasquez, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Uno Y Uno, meaning ‘One And One’, a tango recorded by Francini-Pontier, on 13 August 1947, with music composed by Julio Pollero, composed in 1929, with lyrics by Lorenzo Juan Traverso, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Y Dicen Que No Te Quiero, meaning ‘And They Say I Do Not Love You’, a tango recorded by Francini-Pontier, on 2 April 1947, with music composed by José Canet, with lyrics by José Canet, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • El Baqueano, meaning ‘The Gaucho’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 12 September 1969, with music composed by Augustín Bardi, first recorded in 1927.
  • La Trilla, meaning ‘The Threshing’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 12 August 1969, with music composed by Eduardo Arolas, first recorded in 1916, with lyrics by Héctor Polito.
  • El Ultimo Farol, meaning ‘The Last Streetlamp’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 30 July 1969, with music composed by Anibal Troilo, with lyrics by Cátulo Castillo.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s