Francisco Lomuto – The Big Man of Tango

2017-11-30 - Francisco LomutoThe music of Francisco Lomuto features on Tango Capital this Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: http://www.todotango.com/creadores/ficha/107/Francisco-Lomuto

PLAYLIST:

  • Buenos Aires, the name a reference to the capital of Argentina and the home of tango; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 15 April 1930, with music composed by Manuel Jovés in 1923 and lyrics by Manuel Romero.
  • Has Muerto Para Mi, meaning ‘You Have Died For Me’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 16 September 1930, with music composed by Francisco Lomuto, lyrics by Carlos Pesce and sung by Príncipe Azul.
  • A Su Memoria, meaning ‘To Your Memory’; a vals recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 1 October 1931,with music composed by Antonio Sureda first recorded in 1927, lyrics by Homero Manzi and sung in duet by Alberto Hilarion Acuña and Fernando Díaz.
  • Congojas Que Matan, meaning ‘Grief That Kills’; a vals recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 24 September 1931, with music composed by Pedro Auteri, lyrics by Domingo Rosa and sung by Alberto Hilarion Acuña and Fernando Díaz.
  • Puerto Nuevo, meaning ‘New Port’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 22 November 1933, with music composed by Teófilo Lespés, lyrics by Carlos Pesce and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Caminito, meaning ‘Little Walkway’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 16 June 1935, with music composed by Juan de Dios Filiberto in 1926, lyrics by Gabino Coria Peñaloza and sung by Jorge Omar and Cerry Brian.
  • Noche De Ronda, meaning ‘Night Watch’; a vals recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 28 May 1937 music and lyrics by María Teresa Lara.
  • Idolatría, meaning ‘Idolatry’; a valsecito criollo recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 7 July 1937, with music composed by Oscar Napolitano, lyrics by Nolo López and sung by Jorge Omar.
  • Madreselva, meaning ‘Honeysuckle’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 24 August 1938, with music composed by Francisco Canaro in 1930, lyrics by Luis César Amadori and sung by Jorge Omar.
  • Otra Vez, meaning ‘Another Time’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 9 June 1938 with music composed by Jorge Fernández, lyrics by José María Contursi and sung by Jorge Omar.
  • No Hay Tierra Como La Mía, meaning ‘There Is No Land Like Mine’; a milonga recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 8 August 1938, with music composed by Charlo in 1939, lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Parque Patricios, the name a reference to a suburb in the south of Buenos Aires; a milonga recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 27 June 1941, with music composed by Antonio Radicci first recorded in 1940, lyrics by Francisco Laino and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Catamarca, the name a reference to a western province of Argentina; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 11 May 1943, with music composed by Eduardo Arolas, first recorded in 1940 and lyrics by Jesús Fernández Blanco.
  • Un Silbido En La Noche, meaning ‘A Whistling In The Night’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 29 June 1943, with music composed by Pedro Sassone, lyrics by José Sassone and sung by Carlos Galarce.
  • Jugando Jugando, meaning ‘Playing Playing’; a vals recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 13 December 1944, with music composed by Miguel Caló, lyrics by Oscar Rubens and sung by Carlos Galarce.
  • Un Vals, meaning ‘A Vals’; a vals recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 11 May 1944, with music composed by Horacio Salgán, first recorded in 1943, lyrics by Oscar Rubens and sung by Carlos Galarce.
  • Tarde, meaning ‘Later’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 27 October 1950, music and lyrics by José Canet in 1947, and sung by Miguel Montero.
  • Alma En Pena, meaning ‘Soul In Sorrow’; a tango recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 27 October 1950, with music composed by Anselmo A Aieta in 1928, lyrics by Francisco García Jiménez and sung by Alberto Rivera.

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