Ciudad Baigon – a different perspective on the current context of tango in Argentina

2017-03-26 - Statue of Troilo

His Excellency Dr Hugo Gobbi, Ambassador of Argentina to Australia, will return to talk further about the political and economic relevance of tango to Argentina, and  the music of Anibal Troilo will feature along with that of Ciudad Baigon.

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

PLAYLIST:

    • Romance De Barrio, meaning ‘Suburban Romance’, a Vals recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 19 August 1947, with music composed by Anibal Troilo in 1947, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Floreal Ruiz.
    • Barrio De Tango, meaning ‘Suburb of Tango’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 14 December 1942, with music composed by Anibal Troilo in 1942, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Francisco Fiorentino.
    • Pa’ Que Bailen Los Muchachos, meaning ‘Let The Lads Dance’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 16 April 1942, with music composed by Anibal Troilo in 1942, with lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo, and sung by Francisco Fiorentino.
    • La Trampera, meaning ‘The Loose Woman’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 13July 1969, with music composed by Anibal Troilo.
    • Mi TangoTriste, meaning ‘My Sad Tango’, a concierto recorded by Ciudad Baigon, on August & November 2007, with music composed by Anibal Troilo in 1946, with lyrics by José María Contursi, and sung by Alejo Raimondi.
    • Permiso, meaning ‘Permission’, a concierto recorded by Ciudad Baigon, on August & November 2007, with music composed by Hernán Cabrera.
    • Inspiración, meaning ‘Inspiration’, a concierto recorded by Ciudad Baigon, on August & November 2007, with music composed by Peregrino Paulo in 1929, with lyrics by Luis Rubistein, and sung by Alejo Raimondi.
    • Homenaje aTroilo, meaning ‘Homage to Troilo’, a concierto recorded by Orquesta Del Tango De Buenos Aires in 1990, with music composed by Raúl Miguel Garello, first recorded in 1977.
    • Los Indios, meaning ‘The Indians’, a tango recorded by Canaro’s Pirincho Quintet, on 19 June 1951, with music composed by Francisco Canaro in 1920, and lyrics by Juan Andrés Caruso.
    • Sur, meaning ‘South’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 23 February 1948, with music composed by Anibal Troilo in 1948, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Edmundo Rivero.

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