An evening of vals

2020-03-25 - The Mandelbrot vals

With tango events cancelled for the foreseeable future, this week brings you another opportunity to dance at home. This week it’s an invitation to practice your vals skills. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image: Ann Smith: The Mandelbrot vals.

PLAYLIST:

2020-03-29 - Playlist

Tango For Dancing

2020-03-18 - TFD - BWR 3

Put the COVID-19 outbreak behind you this Sunday, and dance with your partner on the kitchen floor as Tango Capital returns to play the fourth Sunday of the month broadcasting a milonguita playlist for dancers, whereever they are. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

PLAYLIST:

2020-03-22 - Playlist

 

Yuko Kinoshia, DJ

2020-03-12 - Yuko Kinoshita DJing at El Boliche on 21 Jan 2019

Yuko Kinoshita shares her experiences of DJing traditional tango music for milongas around Australia. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: Ann Smith; Yuko Kinoshita DJing at El Boliche milonga on 21 January 2019.

PLAYLIST:

  • Tus Labios Me Dirán, meaning ‘Your Lips Will Tell Me’; recorded by Rodolfo Biagi on 15 October 1945; a tango with music composed by Emilio Brameri, lyrics by Héctor Marcó, and sung by Alberto Amor.
  • Se Fue, meaning ‘He Went’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 13 October 1943; a vals with music composed by Horacio Salgán in 1943, lyrics by Oscar Rubens, and sung by Raúl Berón.
  • Mala Junta, meaning ‘Bad Company’; recorded by Julio De Caro on 16 November 1938; a tango with music composed by Julio De Caro & Pedro Laurenz in 1927 and lyrics by Juan Miguel Velich.
  • Pena Mulata, meaning ‘Grief Of The Afro-Argentine Woman’; recorded by Carlos Di Sarli on 28 February 1941; a milonga with music composed by Sebastián Piana in 1941, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Roberto Rufino.
  • Si Soy Así, meaning ‘Yes, I’m Like That’; recorded by Francisco Lomuto on 14 June 1933; a tango with music composed by Francisco Lomuto in 1933, lyrics by Antonio Botta, and sung by Fernando Díaz.
  • Consejo De Oro, meaning ‘Golden Advice’; recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese on 27 February 1946; a tango with music composed by Arquímedes Arci, first recorded in 1933, lyrics by Arquímedes Arci, and sung by Roberto Chanel.
  • Escucháme Manón, meaning ‘Listen To Me’, and also known as ‘Indiferencia’; recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese on 10 June 1947; a tango with music composed by Francisco Pracánico, lyrics by Roberto Chanel & Claudio Frollo, and sung by Roberto Chanel.
  • Rondando Tu Esquina, meaning ‘Hanging Around Your Corner’; recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese on 18 July 1945; a tango with music composed by Charlo, lyrics by Enrique Cadícámo, and sung by Roberto Chanel.
  • Fuimos, meaning ‘We Were’; recorded by Osvaldo Pugliese on 28 March 1946; a tango with music composed by José Dames, first recorded in 1945, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Roberto Chanel.

 

Carlos Dante – singer

2020-03-06 -Carlos Dante

Last edition took a brief look at the professional life of Carlos Dante, and this edition explores their legacy of compositions and recordings with Caló, the Canaros Francisco and Rafael, and of course with De Angelis.. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: https://www.todotango.com/english/artists/info/179/Carlos-Dante

PLAYLIST:

  • Mamá Yo Quiero Un Novio, meaning ‘Mama, I Want A Boyfriend’; recorded by Rafael Canaro in 1929; a tango with music composed by Ramón Collazo in 1928, lyrics by Roberto Fontaina, and sung by Carlos Dante and Rafael Canaro.
  • TBC, and also known as ‘Te Bese’; recorded by Rafael Canaro in 1929; a tango with music composed by Edgardo Donato in 1928, lyrics by Roberto Fontaina & Víctor Soliño, and sung by Carlos Dante and Rafael Canaro.
  • Ya No Cantas, Chingolo, meaning ‘You Don’t Sing Anymore, Little Bird’; recorded by Rafael Canaro in 1929; a tango with music composed by Antonio Scatasso in 1928, lyrics by Edmundo Bianchi, and sung by Carlos Dante and Rafael Canaro. The name is a reference to a small reddish-brown bird of the pampa as a symbol of the pampa lifestyle.
  • Como Palo ‘e Gallinero; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 24 November 1932; a ranchera with music composed by Rafael Rossi, lyrics by Francisco Brancatti, and sung by Carlos Dante and Ángel Ramos.
  • Quien Tuviera 20 Abriles, meaning ‘Who Is 20 Years Old?’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 24 November 1932; a tango sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Recuerdos Del Pasado, meaning ‘Memories Of The Past’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 24 November 1932; a tango with music composed by Enrique Delfino, lyrics by Enrique Delfino, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Serenata Criolla, meaning ‘Creole Serenade’; recorded by Francisco Canaro on 24 November 1932; a ranchera with music composed by Antonio Molina, and sung by Carlos Dante and Ángel Ramos.
  • No Vale La Pena, meaning ‘Not Worth It’; recorded by Miguel Caló on 5 October 1934; a tango with music composed by Antonio Helú, lyrics by Antonio Helú, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Alma Mía, meaning ‘My Soul’; recorded by Miguel Caló on 17 December 1935; a tango with music composed by Domingo Cuestas, lyrics by Mario Gomila, and sung by Carlos Dante and Hermanas Morel.
  • Caballo De Calesita, meaning ‘Merry-Go-Round Horse’; recorded by Miguel Caló on 14 March 1936; a tango with music composed by Miguel Nijensohn & Pedro Pandolfi, lyrics by Carlos Marín, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Patrona, meaning ‘Patron Saint’; recorded by Alfredo De Angelis on 29 May 1951; a milonga with music composed by Juan Larenza, lyrics by Cátulo Castillo, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Esta Noche Me Despido, meaning ‘Tonight I Say Good-bye’; recorded by Alfredo De Angelis on 12 May 1949; a tango with music composed by Carlos Dante, lyrics by José Rótulo, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Por Eso Te Quiero, meaning ‘That’s Why I Love You’; recorded by Alfredo De Angelis on 18 December 1953; a tango with music composed by Carlos Dante, lyrics by Reinaldo Yiso, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • Tu Pollera Azul, meaning ‘Your Blue Skirt’; a tango with music composed by Carlos Dante & Victor Braña & Reinaldo Yiso, lyrics by Carlos Dante & Victor Braña & Reinaldo Yiso, and sung by Carlos Dante.
  • El Retrato De Los Viejos, meaning ‘The Portrait Of The Old Folk’; recorded by Alfredo De Angelis on 29 October 1956; a tango with music composed by Carlos Dante, lyrics by Jesús Otero, and sung by Oscar Larocca.
  • A Magaldi, meaning ‘To Magaldi’; recorded by Alfredo De Angelis on 21 October 1947; a vals with music composed by Carlos Dante & Pedro Noda, lyrics by Juan Bernardo Tiggi, and sung by Carlos Dante and Julio Martel. The title is a reference to the death of Agustín Magaldi, singer, and composer who died in 1938.
  • Selección De Valses, meaning ‘Selection Of Waltzes’; recorded by Francini-Pontier on 4 December 1953; a vals with music composed by Carlos Dante & Francisco Canaro, first recorded in 1952 and lyrics by Ivo Pelay & Juan Bernardo Tiggi. The valses making up this medley are Una Lágrima, A Mi Madre, Desde el Alma, Palomita Blanca, Amor y Cielo, and Un Placer.
  • Primer Beso, meaning ‘First Kiss’; recorded by Francini-Pontier on 4 February 1948; a vals with music composed by Carlos Dante & Pedro Noda, lyrics by Héctor Gagliardi, and sung by Raúl Berón and Roberto Rufino.