Titi Rossi – the music

2018-05-11 - Titi Rossi

Last edition explored the life of the bandoneonista, orquesta leader, and composer, Titi Rossi. This edition will showcase his legacy with music from Donato’s orquesta in the early 1940s followed by a selection of Rossi’s compositions as interpreted by a range of orquestas from 1933 to 1959. That’s Tango Capital this Sunday evening from 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image: http://www.todotango.com/creadores/ficha/764/Ernesto-Rossi

PLAYLIST:

  • Mis Pesares, meaning ‘My Sorrows’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 18 February 1941; a tango with music composed by Edgardo Donato, lyrics by Carlos Pesce, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • A Media Luz, meaning ‘At Dusk’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 13 October 1941; a tango with music composed by Edgardo Donato, first recorded in 1925, lyrics by Carlos César Lenzi, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • A Oscuras, meaning ‘In The Dark’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 11 June 1941; a tango with music composed by Ascanio Donato, lyrics by Héctor Marcó, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • Quién Será, meaning ‘Who Will Be’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 13 October 1941; a vals with music and lyrics composed by Luis Rubistein, first recorded in 1940, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • No Se Haga Mala Sangre, meaning ‘Do Not Become Bad Blood’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 21 July 1941; a polca with music and lyrics composed by Luis Rubistein, and sung by Horacio Lagos and Lita Morales.
  • Te Busco, meaning ‘I Look For You’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 21 July 1941; a tango with music composed by Edgardo Donato, lyrics by Héctor Marcó, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • Te Gané De Mano, meaning ‘I Won You By Hand’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on in either 1938 or 1941; a tango with music composed by Edgardo Donato, lyrics by Juan Bautista Abad Reyes, and sung by Horacio Lagos and ‘Randona’.
  • Un Libro, meaning ‘A Book’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 8 August 1941; a tango with music composed by Osvaldo Donato, lyrics by Ricardo Olcese, and sung by Horacio Lagos.
  • Repique Del Corazón, meaning ‘Ring Of The Heart’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 18 February 1941; a milonga with music composed by Osvaldo Donato, lyrics by José Rótulo, and sung by Horacio Lagos and Romeo Gavioli.
  • Cara Negra, meaning ‘Black Face’; recorded by Edgardo Donato on 11 March 1942; a milonga with music composed by José Rótulo, lyrics by Edgardo Donato, and sung by Horacio Lagos and ‘Randona’.
  • Campañas De Bronce, meaning ‘Bells Of Bronze’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 11 December 1933; a tango with music composed by Ernesto A Rossi and Titi Rossi, and sung by Ernesto Famá.
  • Muchachos, Mi Último Tango, meaning ‘Lads, My Last Tango’; recorded by Pedro Laurenz on 1 March 1944; a tango with music composed by Titi Rossi, lyrics by Justo Ricardo Thompson, and sung by Alberto Podestá.
  • Bien Bohemio, meaning ‘Good Bohemian’; recorded by Francisco Rotundo on 12 April 1954; a tango with music composed by Titi Rossi and Juan Pomati, lyrics by Sara Rainer, and sung by Julio Sosa.
  • Carnaval, meaning ‘Carnival’; recorded by Francisco Rotundo on 26 June 1953; a candombe with music composed by Titi Rossi and Francisco Rotundo, lyrics by Pedro Blasco, and sung by Julio Sosa.
  • No Me Hablen De Ella, meaning ‘Do Not Talk To Me About It’; recorded by Carlos Di Sarli on 30 September 1957; a tango with music and lyrics composed by Titi Rossi and Jorge Moreira, and sung by Jorge Durán.
  • No La Maldigas Por Dios, meaning ‘Do Not Curse Her, For God’s Sake’; recorded by Carlos Di Sarli on November 1958; a tango with music composed by Titi Rossi, lyrics by Jorge Moreira, and sung by Jorge Durán.
  • Dos Canarios, meaning ‘Two Canaries’; recorded by Héctor Varela on 10 April 1958; a tango with music composed by Titi Rossi.
  • Pa’ Que Oigan, Bandoneón, meaning ‘For you To Hear, Bandoneón’; recorded by Héctor Varela on 22 July 1956; a tango with music composed by Titi Rossi.

 

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