Alberto Marino – the singing

 

2017-04-11 - Alberto Marino‘La Voz de Oro del Tango’ was Alberto Marino, and recordings from his 5 years with Anibal Troilo are considered some of his finest. That’s Tango Capital, this Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

 

Image Credit: http://www.todotango.com/creadores/ficha/165/Alberto-Marino

PLAYLIST:

  • Copas, Amigas Y Besos, meaning ‘Cups, Friends, And Kisses’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 19 December 1944, with music composed by Mariano Mores in 1944, with lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Cristal, meaning ‘Crystal’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 7 June 1944, with music composed by Mariano Mores in 1944, with lyrics by José María Contursi, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Tres Amigos, meaning ‘Three Friends’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 11 April 1944, music and lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo in 1942, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • El Barrio del Tambor, meaning ‘The Suburb of The Drums’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 5 November 1943, with music composed by Antonio Bonavena, with lyrics by Horacio Sanguinetti, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Con Permiso, meaning ‘With Permission’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 27 September 1944, music and lyrics by Alberto Mastra, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Fruta Amarga, meaning ‘Bitter Fruit’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 10 August 1945, with music composed by Hugo Gutiérrez, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Margo, A reference to a woman’s name, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 18 December 1945, with music composed by Armando Pontier in 1945, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Tedio, meaning ‘Boredom’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 18 December 1945, music and lyrics by Miguel Bucino , and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Soñar Y Nada Más, meaning ‘To Dream And Nothing More’, a vals recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 4 August 1943, with music composed by Francisco Canaro, with lyrics by Ivo Pelay, and sung by Alberto Marino & Francisco Fiorentino.
  • Palomita Blanca, meaning ‘Little White Dove’, a vals recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 23 November 1944, with music composed by Anselmo A Aieta in 1929, with lyrics by Francisco García Jiménez, and sung by Alberto Marino & Floreal Ruiz.
  • Milonga En Rojo, meaning ‘Milonga In Red’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 19 December 1944, with music composed by Lucio Demare and Roberto Fugazot, first recorded in 1942, with lyrics by José González Castillo, and sung by Alberto Marino & Floreal Ruiz.
  • Cimarron de Ausencia, meaning ‘Bitter Drink (literally, unsweetened maté (tea)) of Absence’, a milonga recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 5 June 1945, with music composed by Juan Larenza, with lyrics by Marsil Roblés, and sung by Alberto Marino & Floreal Ruiz.
  • Asi Es Ninon, meaning ‘This is Ninon’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 25 September 1946, with music composed by Juan Larenza in 1946, with lyrics by Marsil Roblés, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Fuimos, meaning ‘We Went’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 10 April 1946, with music composed by José Dames in 1945, with lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Alberto Marino.
  • Sin Palabras, meaning ‘Without Words’, a tango recorded by Anibal Troilo, on 22 October 1946, with music composed by Mariano Mores in 1946, with lyrics by Enrique Santos Discépolo, and sung by Alberto Marino.

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