Osmar Maderna

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Last week looked at the life and tragic death of Osmar Maderna so this week features his music, divided into two parts. The earlier part of the program focuses on the first half of his career, spent with Miguel Caló; then the focus shifts to the second half of his career, when he led his own orquesta.

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

Image Credit: Todotango – http://www.todotango.com/english/artists/info/23/Osmar-Maderna

PLAYLIST:

  • Milonga que peinas canas, meaning ‘Milonga that brings out the old men’, a milonga recorded by Miguel Caló, on 9 September 1942, music and lyrics by Alberto Gómez in 1942, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Milonga Antigua, meaning ‘Old Milonga’, a milonga recorded by Miguel Caló, on 1 December 1942, with music composed by Carlos M Parodi, with lyrics by Rafael Pignataro, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Azabache, meaning ‘Jet’ (in the sense of Coal), a milonga recorded by Miguel Caló, on 29 September 1942, with music composed by Enrique Francini & Héctor Stamponi, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Que Te Importa Que Te Llore, meaning ‘Do You Care That I Cry’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 30 June 1942, with music composed by Miguel Caló, with lyrics by Osmar Maderna, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Jamás Retornarás, meaning ‘You Will Never Return’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 9 October 1942, with music composed by Miguel Caló, first recorded in Osmar Maderna, with lyrics by Miguel Caló, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • En Tus Ojos De Cielo, meaning ‘In Your Eyes From Heaven’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 10 July 1944, with music composed by Osmar Maderna, with lyrics by LuisRubistein, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Cuento Azul, meaning ‘Blue Story’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 11 June 1943, with music composed by Miguel Caló & Osmar Maderna, with lyrics by Julio Jorge Nelson, and sung by Raúl Iriate.
  • La Noche Que Te Fuiste, meaning ‘The Night That You Went’, a tango recorded by Miguel Caló, on 20 February 1945, with music composed by Osmar Maderna in 1945, with lyrics by José María Contursi, and sung by Raúl Iriate.
  • Pequeña, meaning ‘Little One’, a vals recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 21 July 1949, with music composed by Osmar Maderna in 1944, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Héctor de Rosas.
  • Nube Gris, meaning ‘Grey Cloud’, a vals recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 14 December 1949, music and lyrics by Eduardo Márquez Talledo, first recorded in 1948, and sung by Pedro Dátila.
  • El Bajel, meaning ‘The Ship’, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 24 June 1948, with music composed by Francisco De Caro & JulioDe Caro, with lyrics by Mario César Gomila.
  • El Pillete, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 21 or 26 January1949, with music composed by Graciano De Leone, first recorded in 1917.
  • Que Noche, meaning ‘That Night’, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 29 September 1949, with music composed by Agustín Bardi, first recorded in 1920.
  • Ahí Va El Dulce, meaning ‘There Goes The Sweet’, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 28 November 1950, with music composed by Juan Canaro, first recorded in 1927, with lyrics by Osvaldo Sosa Cordero.
  • Inspiración, meaning ‘Inspiration’, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 2 February 1950, with music composed by Peregrino Paulos, first recorded in 1929, with lyrics by Luis Rubistein.
  • La Cautiva, meaning ‘The Prisoner’, a tango recorded by Osmar Maderna, on 8 November 1950, with music composed by Carlos Vicente Geroni Flores, first recorded in 1922, with lyrics by Claudio Frollo.
  • Cenizas, meaning ‘Ashes’, a tango recorded by Orquesta Simbolo Osmar Maderna, on 12 January 1953, with music composed by José María Rizzuti, first recorded in 1952, with lyrics by Emilio Augusto Oscar Fresedo, although this was an instrumental version.

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