Lucio Demare

Last edition looked at the life of orquesta leader and pianist Lucio Demare, and this edition explores his compositions as presented by him. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image: Lucio Demare

PLAYLIST:

  • No Nos Veremos Más, meaning ‘We Will See Each Other No More’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 11 February 1943; a vals with music composed by Lucio Demare, first recorded in 1935, lyrics by Julio Plácido Navarrine, and sung by Raúl Berón.  
  • Telón, meaning ‘Curtain’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 13 June 1938; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Pa’ Mí Es Igual, meaning ‘For Me It Is The Same’, and also known as ‘Siempre Amigos’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 9 September 1942; a tango with music composed by Enrique Cadícamo & Lucio Demare & Roberto Fugazot in 1932, lyrics by Enrique  Cadícamo & Lucio Demare & Roberto Fugazot, and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Negro María, meaning ‘Black Mary’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 21 November 1941; a milonga with music composed by Lucio Demare in 1941, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Milonga En Rojo, meaning ‘Milonga In Red’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 3 September 1942; a milonga with music composed by Lucio Demare & Roberto Fugazot, lyrics by José Gonzálex Castillo (Juan de León), and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Irigoyen Solo, meaning ‘Only Irigoyen’, and also known as ‘Yrigoyen Solo’; recorded by Trio Argentino in 1928; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare and lyrics by Agustín Irusta & Roberto Fugazot.  
  • Musette, meaning ‘Muse’, and also known as ‘Mussete, or Musset’; recorded by Trio Argentino in 1929; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare.  
  • Dandy, meaning ‘Dandy’; recorded by Trio Argentino in 1930; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare in 1928 and lyrics by Agustín Irusta & Roberto Fugazot.  
  • Mañana Zarpa Un Barco, meaning ‘Tomorrow The Ship Sails’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 20 July 1942; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare in 1942, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Sorbos Amargos, meaning ‘Bitter Sip’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 10 November 1942; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare, first recorded in 1928?, lyrics by Agustín Irusta & Roberto Fugazot, and sung by Juan Carlos Miranda.  
  • Humildad, meaning ‘Humility’; recorded  on 27 January 1953; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare and lyrics by Alfredo Navarrine, featuring Lucio Demare on piano.  
  • Rosa Peregrina, meaning ‘Pink Pilgrim’;; a vals with music composed by Lucio Demare & Agustín Irusta & Roberto Fugazot, first recorded in 1934 and lyrics by Antonio Graciani & Dolores Ramos De La Vega, featuring Lucio Demare on piano.  
  • La Esquina, meaning ‘The Corner’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 12 July 1938; a milonga with music composed by Lucio Demare.  
  • Luna, meaning ‘Moon’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 21 December 1943; a milonga with music composed by Lucio Demare, lyrics by Homero Manzi, and sung by Raúl Berón.  
  • Más Allá De Mi Rencor, meaning ‘Beyond My Grudge’; recorded by Lucio Demare on 11 June 1945; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare, lyrics by Julián Centeya, and sung by Carlos Bernal.  
  • Sentimiento Tanguero, meaning ‘Sentimental Tango Dancer’; recorded by Lucio Demare in 1956; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare.  
  • Dónde, meaning ‘Where?’; recorded by Lucio Demare in 1954; a tango with music composed by Lucio Demare & Agustín Irusta & Roberto Fugazot, first recorded in 1935, lyrics by Antonio Graciani, and sung by Armando Garrido.  

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