Tango OZ launched its second CD last month, titled “Buenos Aires”, and this week includes a taste of their music. Then there is a look at the life of a third baritone of tango, the singer Rodolfo Lesica, and Sydney DJ Frida Koltyar will talk about her approach to DJing. That’s Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:
- broadcasting on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra
- streaming to the web at http://www.2xxfm.org.au
Image: “Buenos Aires”, the new CD from Tango OZ, recorded 2016.
- Risque, the name a reference to the French word, Risqué; a tango recorded by Héctor Varela on 22 July 1955, sung by Rodolfo Lesica.
- Un Bailongo, meaning ‘A Dance’; a milonga recorded by Héctor Varela with Rodolfo Lesica and Armando Laborde singing on 24 October 1950, music and lyrics by Carlos Gardel and José Razzano first recorded in 1922.
- Como Tu Cariño, meaning ‘Like Your Sweetheart’; a vals recorded by Héctor Varela on 25 November 1954, with music composed by Alberto Nery, lyrics by Abel Aznar, and sung by Rodolfo Lesica and Argentino Ledesma.
- Historia De Un Amor, meaning ‘Story Of A Love’; a tango recorded by Héctor Varela on 13 March 1956, music and lyrics by Carlos Eleta Almarán and sung by Rodolfo Lesica.
- Danzarin from the ‘Buenos Aires’ release in 2016 by Tango OZ, the name a reference to a male dancer; a tango with the music composed by Julián Plaza and first recorded in 1958.
- Don Agustín Bardi from the ‘Buenos Aires’ release in 2016 by Tango OZ, the name a reference to the tango pianist and composer of that name; a tango with the music composed by Horacio Salgán and first recorded in 1950.
- Milonguero Viejo from the ‘Buenos Aires’ release in 2016 by Tango OZ, meaning ‘Old Man of Tango’, the name a reference to Osvaldo Fresedo; a tango with music composed by Carlos Di Sarli in 1926 and lyrics by Enrique Carreta Sotelo.
- En Tus Ojos De Cielo, meaning ‘In Your Eyes Of Heaven’; a tango recorded by Miguel Caló; on 10 July 1944 with music composed by Osmar Maderna, lyrics by Luis Rubistein, and sung by Raúl Berón.
- Mistonguero from the ‘Buenos Aires’ release in 2016 from Tango OZ; a tango with music composed by Victor Lavallén.