Alfredo Julio Gobbi (Gobbi jnr) – the music

 

2017-05-25 - Alfredo Julio GobbiAfter last week’s introduction to Alfredo Gobbi the younger, his music is the theme of this week’s music edition of Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: http://www.todotango.com/creadores/ficha/21/Alfredo-Gobbi

PLAYLIST:

  • Jueves, meaning ‘Thursday’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 30 June 1947, with music composed by Rafael Rossi and Udelino Toranzo, first recorded in 1919.
  • La Viruta, the name a reference to a milonga ; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 16 May 1947, with music composed by Vicente Greco in 1912, with lyrics by Ernesto Temes.
  • Adoracion, meaning ‘Adoratión’; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 4 November 1947, with music composed by Ramón Argüello in 1947, with lyrics by Pedro Pidoto, and sung by Carlos Heredia and Hugo Soler.
  • La Enterriana; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 16 May 1947, music and lyrics by Alfredo Eusebio Gobbi , and sung by Carlos Heredia and Hugo Soler.
  • Amemonos; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 31 January 1948, with music composed by Carlos Montbrun Ocampo, with lyrics by Manuel Maria Flores, and sung by Carlos Heredia and Hugo Soler.
  • El Incendio, meaning ‘The Fire’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 13 April 1948, with music composed by Arturo De Bassi, first recorded in 1911.
  • Pelele, meaning ‘Puppet’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 18 April 1950, with music composed by Pedro Maffia, first recorded in 1923.
  • Independiente Club, the name a reference to a club ; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 8 September 1948, with music composed by Agustin Bardi.
  • La Catrera, meaning ‘The Bed’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 26 April 1951, with music composed by Arturo De Bassi in 1908.
  • Nueve Puntos, meaning ‘Nine Points’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 3 April 1952, with music composed by Francisco Canaro, first recorded in 1920.
  • Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir, meaning ‘Let No One Know How I Suffer’; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 03 June 1955, with music composed by Ángel Cabral, first recorded in 1950, with lyrics by Enrique Dizeo, and sung by Alfredo del Río and Tito Landó.
  • El Solitario, meaning ‘The Recluse’; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 18 September 1956, music and lyrics by Leopoldo Díaz Vélez , first recorded in 1956, and sung by Alfredo del Río and Tito Landó.
  • Mensajera, meaning ‘Messenger’; a vals recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 16 April 1957, with music composed by Alfredo Julio Gobbi, with lyrics by Julio Camilloni, and sung by Tito Landó.
  • Tu Angustia Y Mi Dolor, meaning ‘Your Distress And My Pain’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on April 1953, with music composed by Alfredo Julio Gobbi, with lyrics by Julio Camilloni, and sung by Jorge Maciel.
  • Un Tango Para Chaplin, meaning ‘A Tango For Chaplin’; a tango recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 30 June 1955, with music composed by Alfredo Julio Gobbi, first recorded in 1955, with lyrics by Bartolomé Bernardo Salas, and sung by Alfredo del Río.
  • El Inquilino, meaning ‘The Tenant’; a milonga recorded by Alfredo J Gobbi on 16 July 1956, with music composed by Javier Mazzea, with lyrics by Carlos Lucero, and sung by Alfredo del Río.

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