Tango In Paris

 

2017-04-18 - Canaro En Paris - Sheet Music

 

This week continues the interview with Amy Lynch (bandoneón & keyboards) and Juan Veron (vocals) of Melbourne-based sextet La Busca, and Canaro En Paris features.

 

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

Image Credit:  images.todotango.com/partituras/Canaro_en_Paris1.gif

PLAYLIST:

  • Canaro En Paris, meaning ‘Canaro In Paris’, a tango recorded by Francisco Canaro, on 26 December 1961, with music composed by Alejandro Scarpino and Juan Caldarella, first recorded in 1927, with lyrics by José Antonio Scarpino.
  • Organito De La Tarde, meaning ‘Barrel-organist of the Afternoon’, a tango recorded by Francisco Canaro in 1925, with music composed by Cátulo Castillo in 1923, with lyrics by José González Castillo.
  • Picardias, meaning ‘Mischief’, a tango recorded by Francisco Canaro in 1925, with music composed by Luis Petrucelli, first recorded in 1924, with lyrics by Julio Bonnet.
  • Canaro En Paris, meaning ‘Canaro In Paris’, a tango recorded by Juan D’Arienzo on 5 May 1950, with music composed by Alejandro Scarpino and Juan Caldarella, first recorded in 1927, with lyrics by José Antonio Scarpino.
  • Oh Paris!, meaning ‘Oh Paris!’, a foxtrot recorded by Enrique Rodríguez, on 21 June 1948, with music composed by José Bohr in 1924, with lyrics by Juan Andrés Caruso, and sung by Ricardo Herrera.
  • Y Te Fuiste A Paris, meaning ‘And You Went To Paris’, a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto, on 29 November 1934, music and lyrics by Eduardo Pereyra, and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • La Que Murio En Paris, meaning ‘Death In Paris’, a tango recorded by Emilio Balcarce, on 3 February 1944, with music composed by Enrique Maciel in 1930, with lyrics by Héctor Pedro Blomberg, and sung by Alberto Castillo.
  • Anclao en Paris, meaning ‘Anchored In Paris’, a tango cancion recorded by Carlos Gardel on 28 Mary 1931, with music composed by Guillermo Barbieri in 1931 and lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo.
  • Recuerdos De Paris, meaning ‘Memories of Paris’, a tango recorded by Francisco Canaro, on 16 November 1937, with music composed by Mario Canaro, with lyrics by Carmelo Santiago, and sung by Roberto Maida.
  • Viviane de Paris, a reference to a Parisian woman with green eyes, Viviane; it’s a tango recorded by Ricardo Tanturi, on 5 July 1946, with music composed by Carlos Viván, with lyrics by Horacio Sanguinetti, and sung by Roberto Videla.

 

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