Tango Enigmático is the latest initiative of Brisbane-based contrabajista Chloe-Ann Williamson, and this edition she talks about where the ensemble came from, and where it is headed. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:
- broadcasting on 2xxfm 98.3 in Canberra,
- streaming live and also on demand from http://www.2xxfm.org.au
Image: Ann Smith: Tango Enigmático in concert at The Glasshouse, Brisbane, on 5 May 2019.
- Enigmático, meaning ‘Enigmatic’; recorded by El Arranque in 2008; a concierto with music composed by Julián Camilo Ferrero.
- A Don Agustín Bardi, and also known as ‘Don Agustín Bardi’; recorded by Estigaribba, Cabarcos, & Lavallen in 2019; a concierto with music composed by Horacio Salgán, first recorded in 1950. The name is a reference to the tango musician of that name.
- Bettita; recorded by Nicolás Ledesma in 2015; a vals with music composed by Nicolás Ledesma.
- Hecho Por Mano, meaning ‘Hand-made’; recorded live from a performance by Tango Enigmático at The Glasshouse, Brisbane, QLD on 5 May 2019; a concierto with music composed by Owen Salome in 2019.
- Ensueños, meaning ‘Fantasies’; recorded by Quinteto Real in 1960; a tango with music composed by Luis Brighenti, first recorded in 1043 and lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo.
- Vamos Viendo, meaning ‘We Are Seeing’; recorded by Fabián Bertero in 2005; a concierto with music composed by Fabián Bertero.
- Corralera, from lunfardo; recorded by Federico Leopoldo in 1996; a milonga with music composed by Anselmo A. Aieta, first recorded in 1956. The name is a reference to a person born in or living in the Buenos Aires suburb of Los Corrales. Recorded live in Japan in 1996.
- Nuevo Y Vivo, meaning ‘New And Lively’; recorded by El Arranque in 2008; a concierto with music composed by Andrés Linetzky.