Frida Koltyar, DJ

2017-11-23 - Frida Koltyar

The interview with Sydney DJ Frida Koltyar concludes with her talking about her approach to putting together a tanda, and the music of orquesta leader Francisco Lomuto will feature. That’s Tango Capital, Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

 

Image: Frida Koltyar, DJing the Saturday milonga at TISP 2016.

PLAYLIST:

  • Si Soy Así, meaning ‘Yes That’s How I Am’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 14 June 1933, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto in the same year, lyrics by Antonio Botta and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Varón, meaning ‘Male’; a milonga recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 17 February 1939, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto, lyrics by Celedonio Flores, and sung by Jorge Omar.
  • Tango Amigo, meaning ‘Tango Friend’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 29 August 1939, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto, first recorded in 1930, lyrics by Manuel Romero, and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Muñequita, meaning ‘Little Doll’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 6 October 1949, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto in 1918, lyrics by Adolfo Carlos Herschel, and sung by Miguel Montero.
  • Felicia from the ‘Homenaje de Juan D’Arienzo’ release, the name a reference to a woman’s name; a tango recorded by Los Solistas de D’Arienzo in the 1970s, music composed by Enrique Saborido, first recorded in 1927, lyrics by Carlos Mauricio Pacheco and sung by Alberto Echagüe.
  • Paciencia from the ‘Homenaje de Juan D’Arienzo’ release, meaning ‘Patience’; a tango recorded by Los Solistas de D’Arienzo in the 1970s, with music composed by Juan D’Arienzo in 1937, lyrics by Francisco Gorrindo ,and sung by Walter Gutiérrez.
  • El Tortazo from the ‘Los Solistas de D’Arienzo’ release; a milonga recorded by Orquesta Juan D’Arienzo in 1988, with music composed by José Razzano, first recorded in 1945, and lyrics by Enrique Maroni.
  • La Vi Llegar, meaning ‘I Saw Her Come’; a tango recorded by Miguel Caló on 19 April 1944, with music composed by Enrique Francini in 1944, lyrics by Julián Centeya, and sung by Raúl Iriarte.
  • La Noche Que Te Fuiste, meaning ‘The Night You Left’; a tango recorded by Miguel Caló on 20 February 1945, with music composed by Osmar Maderna in 1945, lyrics by José María Contursi, and sung by Raúl Iriarte.
  • 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.
  • Cada Día Te Extraño Más, meaning ‘Every Day I Miss You More’; a tango recorded by Miguel Caló on 16 September 1943, with music composed by Armando Pontier in 1943, lyrics by Carlos Bahr, and sung by Raúl Iriarte.

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