This week the music of Trio Argentino (Irusta, Fugazot, Demare) features, and there is a report on a recent performance @Boite World Harmonies by La Busca, in association with our sister radio station 3CR in Melbourne. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:
- broadcasting on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra
- on demand from http://www.2xxfm.org.au
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- La Viruta, from Carlos Di Sarli, recorded on 5 August 1943, a tango composed in 1912 by Vicente Greco and with lyrics by Ernesto Temes, but this is an instrumental version—as indeed has every version of this song ever recorded.
- La Mina Del Ford, from Trio Argentino, recorded in 1928 with Agustín Irusta and Roberto Fugazot singing in duo, a tango composed in 1924 by Fidel Del Negro, Antonio Scatasso, and Enrique Maroni, and with lyrics by Pascual Contursi. This is one of the earliest recordings of the Trio.
- Noche De Reyes, from Trio Argentino, recorded in 1928 with Agustín Irusta singing, a tango composed in 1927 by Pedro Maffia and with lyrics by Jorge Curi.
- Adiós Muchachos, from Trio Argentino, recorded in 1928 with Roberto Fugazot singing, a tango composed in 1927 by Julio César Alberto Sanders and with lyrics by César Felipe Vedani.
- Dandy, from Trio Argentino, an instrumental tango recorded in 1930, composed in 1928 by the Trio—music by Lucio Demare, lyrics by Agustín Irusta and Roberto Fugazot.
- Buscandote, from La Busca, recorded in 2017 with Juan Veron singing, a tango with music and lyrics by Lalo Scalise and first recorded in 1941.
- Noche De Cristal, from La Busca, recorded in 2017 with Juan Veron singing, a tango with music and lyrics by Amy and Juan Veron.
- Baldosa Floja, from La Busca, recorded in 2017 with Juan Veron singing, a milonga composed in 1957 by Florindo Sassone and Julio Baccazzi, with lyrics by Dante Gilardoni.
- La Puñalada, from La Juan D’Arienzo, a milonga recorded in 2014, but originally written in 1933 by Pintín Castellanos and with lyrics by Celedonio Flores.
- Desde El Alma, from La Juan D’arienzo, recorded in 2014, a vals composed in a century earlier, in 1914, by Rosita Melo. There are lyrics, 2 sets, in fact, but this is an instrumental version.