SADAIC

2018-09-02 - SADAIC

Why was this organisation so important to tango? Find out this Sunday, and then relax to Canaro. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image credit: https://www.sadaic.org.ar

PLAYLIST:

  • Emancipación, meaning ‘Emanciation’; recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese on 2 September 1955; a tango with music composed by Alfredo Bevilacqua, first recorded in 1912 and lyrics by Antonio Polito.
  • Tango Del Querer, meaning ‘Tango Of Love’; recorded by Adolfo Carabelli on 5 February 1932; a tango with music composed by Andrés Domenech, lyrics by Ricardo E Lleras, and sung by Alberto Vila and Albero Gómez.
  • Lonjazos, meaning ‘Riding Crop’; recorded by Rodolfo Biagi on 7 December 1943; a rezo gaucho with music composed by Andrés Domenech in 1932, lyrics by Jesús Fernández Blanco, and sung by Carlos Acuña.
  • Va A Cantar Un Ruiseñor, meaning ‘A Nightingale Goes To Sing’; recorded by Carlos Di Sarli on 12 November 1942; with music composed by Andrés Domenech, first recorded in 1942, lyrics by Carlos Pesce, and sung by Alberto Podestá.
  • La Culpa La Tuve Yo, meaning ‘The Guilt I Had’; recorded by Domingo Federico on 10 April 1944; a tango with music composed by Andrés Domenech, first recorded in 1943, lyrics by Adolfo Rafael Avilés, and sung by Ignacio Díaz.
  • Pinta Brava, from lunfardo, meaning ‘Tough Show-off’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 12 May 1933; a tango with music composed by Francisco Canaro. The name is a reference to an ostentatiously presented woman.
  • Matasano, meaning ‘Quack’; recorded by Roberto Firpo on 4 July 1937; a tango with music composed by Francisco Canaro in 1914. The name is a reference to the medical students for whom the piece was written.
  • Milonga Sentimental, meaning ‘Sentimental Milonga’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 9 February 1933; a milonga with music composed by Sebastián Piana in 1932, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Ángel Ramos and Ernesto Famá.
  • Milonga del 900, meaning ‘Milonga of the 900’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 8 May 1933; a milonga with music composed by Sebastián Piana in 1930, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Ernesto Famá.
  • Yo Me Llamo Juan Te Quiero, meaning ‘My Name Is Juan; I Love You’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 22 May 1934; a milonga with music composed by Antonio Molina, lyrics by Fernando Silva Valdés, and sung by Ernesto Famá.
  • Madreselva, meaning ‘Honeysuckle’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 26 November 1951; a tango with music composed by Francisco Canaro in 1930, lyrics by Luis César Amadori, and sung by Mario Alonso.

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