Domingo Federico – the music

2017-06-08 - Music - Domingo FedericoLast week featured Domingo Federico playing with several orquestas at various stages of his career, but his own orquesta will be the focus on this week’s music edition of Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

 

 

Image Credit: http://www.todotango.com/creadores/ficha/112/Domingo-Federico

PLAYLIST:

  • Y Así Nació Este Tango, meaning ‘And Tango Was Born Like This’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 12 September 1944, with music composed by Isaac Garcés, with lyrics by Isusi, and sung by Carlos Vidal.
  • Ella Me Dio Esta Pena, meaning ‘She Gave Me This Sorrow’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 27 December 1944, with music composed by Enrique Cantore, with lyrics by Manuel Enrique Ferradás Campos, and sung by Carlos Vidal.
  • Tu Melodia, meaning ‘Your Melody’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 27 December 1944, with music composed by Alberto Suárez Villanueva, with lyrics by Oscar Rubenstein, and sung by Carlos Vidal.
  • A Martin Fierro, the name a reference to the gaucho protagonist of an immensely popular Argentine epic poem written by José Hernández in the 1870s; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 22 February 1945, with music composed by Domingo Federico and Francisco Federico, first recorded in 1943.
  • Futuro, meaning ‘Future’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 19 June 1945, with music composed by Francisco Federico.
  • Dejame Volver Para Mi Pueblo, meaning ‘Let Me Return To My Country Town’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 1945, with music composed by Domingo Federico and Francisco Federico, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Carlos Vidal.
  • Yo, meaning ‘I’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 20 April 1945, music and lyrics by Juan José Guichandut , and sung by Carlos Vidal.
  • Esa Noche, meaning ‘That Night’; a vals recorded by Domingo Federico on 22 July 1946, with music composed by Tito Ribero, with lyrics by Carlos Waiss, and sung by Carlos Vidal and Oscar Larroca.
  • Mi Pobre Novia, meaning ‘My Poor Girlfriend’; a vals recorded by Domingo Federico on 20 October 1955, with music composed by Roberto Rufino, first recorded in 1953, with lyrics by Sara Rainer, and sung by Armando Moreno.
  • Tango Argentino, meaning ‘Argentine Tango’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 20 March 1950, with music composed by Juan Félix Maglio in 1929, with lyrics by Alfredo Bigeschi, and sung by Mario Bustos.
  • Canto, meaning ‘Song’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 23 March 1950, music and lyrics by Mario Battistella , first recorded in 1934, and sung by Horacio Roca.
  • Tristezas de la Calle Corrientes, meaning ‘Sorrows of Corrientes Street’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 11 September 1952, with music composed by Domingo Federico and Francisco Federico in 1942, with lyrics by Homero Expósito, and sung by Carlos Valdez and an unidentified woman.
  • Charlemos, meaning ‘Let’s Talk’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 29 June 1956, music and lyrics by Luis Rubistein in 1941, and sung by Dante Rossi.
  • Portero Suba Y Diga, meaning ‘Concierge, Go Up And Tell Her’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 12 January 1960, with music composed by Eduardo De Labar in 1928, with lyrics by Luis César Amadori, and sung by Rubén Maciel.
  • Tus Ojos Me Aprisionan, meaning ‘Your Eyes Imprison Me’; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 12 January 1960, with music composed by Alex Schneider, with lyrics by Norbert Blesio, and sung by Rubén Sánchez.
  • Mansa; a tango recorded by Domingo Federico on 1969, with music composed by Domingo Federico and Francisco Federico, with lyrics by Haydeé Irene Cardón, and sung by Carlos Vidal.

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