Pablo Valle, pianist & director

2020-08-13 - Pablo Valle

Pablo Valle has been channelling the essence of the Golden Age through his piano and his Sexteto for a decade and a half. Listen in to hear how the life of tango musicians repeats a century later. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: http://www.pablovalletango.com/; used by permission

Correction: I mentioned that, “like Pugliese, Pable Valle debuted at the Marabú nightclub”; the major pianist that debuted his orquesta at the Marabú was of course Biagi.

PLAYLIST:

  • La Puñalada, meaning ‘The Stabbing’; from the collection ‘Cortando Clavos’ released in 2014, recorded by La Juan D’Arienzo in 2014; a milonga with music composed by Pintín Castellanos in 1933 and lyrics by Celadonio Flores.
  • Paciencia, meaning ‘Patience’; from the collection ‘Cortando Clavos’ released in 2014, recorded by La Juan D’Arienzo in 2014; a tango with music composed by Juan D’Arienzo in 1937 and lyrics by Francisco Gorrindo.
  • Olga; from the collection ‘Siciliano’ released in 2016, recorded by La Juan D’Arienzo in 2016; a vals with music composed by Francisco Peña, first recorded in 1927 and lyrics by Francisco Peña. The name is a reference to a woman’s name.
  • Quiero Verte Una Vez Más, meaning ‘I Want To See You One More Time’, and also known as ‘Viejo Gaucho’; from the collection ‘D’Arienzo En El Corazón’ released in 2018, recorded by Los Heredos Del Compás in 2018; a tango with music composed by Mario Canaro in 1938 and lyrics by José María Contursi.
  • De Igual A Igual, meaning ‘Between Equals’; from the collection ‘D’Arienzo En El Corazón’ released in 2018, recorded by Los Heredos Del Compás in 2018; a tango with music composed by Rodolfo Sciammarella, first recorded in 1944 and lyrics by Rodolfo Sciammarella.
  • La Espuela, meaning ‘The Spur’; from the collection ‘D’Arienzo En El Corazón’ released in 2018, recorded by Los Heredos Del Compás in 2018; a milonga, first recorded in 1946.
  • Bélgica, meaning ‘Belgium’; from the collection ‘Pa’ Milonguear’ released in 2014, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2014; a tango with music composed by Enrique Delfino, first recorded in 1942.
  • Indiferencia, meaning ‘Indifference’; from the collection ‘Pa’ Milonguear’ released in 2014, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2014; a tango with music composed by Rodolfo Biagi in 1937 and lyrics by Juan Carlos Thorry.
  • Lágrimas Y Sonrisas, meaning ‘Tears And Smiles’; from the collection ‘Pa’ Milonguear’ released in 2014, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2014; a vals with music composed by Pascual De Gullo, first recorded in 1914 and lyrics by Francisco Gullo.
  • La Yumba; from the collection ‘Pa’ Milonguear’ released in 2014, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2014; a tango with music composed by Osvaldo Pugliese, first recorded in 1946. The name is a reference to the deep rhythmic sound typical of tango music.
  • Emancipación, meaning ‘Emancipation’; from the collection ‘Pa’ Milonguear’ released in 2014, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2014; a tango with music composed by Alfredo Bevillacqua, first recorded in 1912 and lyrics by Andtonio Polito.
  • Para Siempre, meaning ‘Forever’; from the collection ‘Para Siempre’ released in 2017, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2017; a tango with music composed by Pablo Valle.
  • Verdemar, meaning ‘Sea-Green’; from the collection ‘Para Siempre’ released in 2017, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2017; a tango with music composed by Carlos Di Sarli in 1943 and lyrics by José María Contursi.
  • Tus Labios Me Dirán, meaning ‘Your Lips Will Tell Me’; from the collection ‘Para Siempre’ released in 2017, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2017; a tango with music composed by Emilio Brameri, first recorded in 1945 and lyrics by Héctor Marcó.
  • Te Aconsejo Que Me Olvides, meaning ‘I Suggest Yu Forget Me’; from the collection ‘Para Siempre’ released in 2017, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2017; a tango with music composed by Pedro Maffia in 1928 and lyrics by Jorge Curi.
  • Guapeando, meaning ‘Handsome’; from the collection ‘Para Siempre’ released in 2017, recorded by Pablo Valle Sexteto in 2017; a tango with music composed by Juan Larenza, first recorded in 1941.
  • Alzó Una Rosa, meaning ‘I Picked Up A Rose’; from the collection ‘Dame La Mano’ released in 2020, recorded by Francisco Pesqueira & Ramiro Pettina in 2020 with guest artist Sandra Luna (voice) & Pablo Valle (piano); a ballad with music composed by Ramiro Pettina and lyrics by Francisco Pesqueira.

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