This is Pichi Piccini’s playlist for today’s program. I had to investigate some of the orquesta directors’ and singers’ names before posting the list because there are several I’ve never heard of before. I’m looking forward to listening.
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This is El Chino Fanel’s playlist for today’s program for Dia del Milonguero.
Los Astros del Tango
1- Mala junta – Julio De Caro/Pedro Laurenz
2- El monito - Julio De Caro/Marambi Catan
3- Tierrita - Agustin Bardi
4- Nobleza de arrabal - Francisco Canaro y Juan Caruso
5- Y la perdí - (Floreal Ruiz) A Rodio/Jose Maria Contursi
6- Y a mi que? – (Elba Berón) Anibal Troilo/Catulo Castillo
7- Cada vez que me recuerdes - Mariano Mores with Carlos Acuña - Mores/J M Contursi
8- Aromas – Osmar Maderna - Osvaldo y Emilio Fresedo
9- Y decime que pasó - (Rolo) – Luis Carlos Baroli/Carlos Marin
10-Que tarde que has venido (A. Ledesma) H.Varela/Carlos Wais
Horacio Salgan with Roberto Goyeneche
11-Alma de loca – G.Cavazza-Jacinto Font
12-Yo soy el mismo - Edmundo Rivero/Victor Felice
13- Orlando Goñi – Alfredo Gobbi
14- Jueves - Avelino Toranzo/Rafael Rossi
15- Puro apronte - Platerotti
16- Pan comido - (Alberto Echague) – Ismael Gomez-Enr. Dizeo
17- Lenguas de fuego – (Laborde) – D’Arienzo/Varela/Carlos Wais
18- Chiruza - (Jorge Valdez) D’Arienzo/Nolo Lopez
19- Verdenuevo - Raul Garello
20- De puro guapo - Rafael Iriarte-J Carlos Fernandez Diaz
21- Y no puedo olvidarte - (Maria Grana) – Armando Cupo/Abel Aznar
Carlos Di Sarli
22-Si nos queremos todavia – (Jorge Duran) Hector Gentile/Angel Di Rosa
23-No me supiste amar - (Mario Pomar) Arturo Gallucci/Enrique lary
24-Cuidado con los 50 – Angel Villoldo
25-Como se muere de amor (F. Ruiz) Daniel Alvarez
26-Mal de amores - Pedro Laurenz
27-El Cencerro – Jose Martinez
28-Pelele - Pedro Maffia
This is Tito’s playlist for today’s program. Replayed at 8:00pm BA time.
This is Tito Aquino’s playlist for today’ program.
During the 1950s, there were nine confiterias bailables in San Nicolas: Domino, La Nobel, La Metro, La Cigalle, Monte Carlo, Picadilly, Sans Souci, Siglo XX, and Mi Club. Today , Mi Club is the only one of the nine still functioning as a dance salon. La Nobel is a pizza parlour on Lavalle since 1958. La Cigalle is a hotel above Teatro Broadway. Monte Carlo is the second floor of a restaurant on Corrientes. Picadilly is a theater for live stage productions.
This is the new entrance to the former Confiteria Mi Club on Suipacha where Oscar Hector Malagrino held a one night tribute to the Lord of the tango, Carlos Di Sarli, on Sunday, August 4, 2013, with Orquesta Tipica Gente de Tango under the direction of Guillermo Durante.
Carlos Di Sarli and his orquesta had their last performance in Confiteria Mi Club in 1959. Di Sarli died in January 1960.
I have not seen Gente de Tango for about three or four years. I was so happy to see them again and meet the new members. Two former violinists are in their 90s.
I attended their rehearsals in Devoto a few years ago. I will never forget hearing La capilla blanca for the first time when I almost cried while Hector sang. It was on the program last night. Hector sings with great passion.
It was not difficult to imagine what it was like when Di Sarli was on stage in Mi Club. The music of Di Sarli strikes a special chord in me, and my heart was singing last night.
It was a special night with exhibitions and a variety of music for dancing. The dance floors in the confiterias bailables were not large. The young milongueros learned how to dance on crowded floors without touching others. They are the expert social dancers in the milongas today.
Argentino Galván, Julian Plaza, Ismael Spitalnik, Astor Piazzolla, and others arranged tangos for Aníbal Troilo’s orquesta tipica in the 1940s. Original manuscripts for 489 arrangements were recently discovered and digitized. Scores were scanned to safeguard the original manuscripts. This was done in preparation for the Troilo Centennial in 2014. Students and graduates of the School of Popular Music of Avellaneda rehearsed some of those arrangements for a free concert on August 17 at 19 hs, under the direction of Juan Carlos Cuacci, as part of the Festival Buenos Aires Tango. Do not miss this tribute concert to Troilo which will include: Lautaro Greco, Nicholas and James Segret Erlich (bandoneon), Pablo Agri, William Rubino, Christine Brebes, Ahram Kim and Mayumi Urgino (violins); Clara Nardozza (viola); Paula Pomeraniec (violoncello ), Juan Pablo Navarro (bass), Emiliano Greco (piano).
This is Tito Aquino’s playlist for today’s radio broadcast at 10 a.m. BA time on Mundo Sur FM:
DUE TO TECHNICAL PROBLEMS, the program began at 11 a.m. with Pugliese.
Juan D’Arienzo with Alberto Echagüe:
Valsecito (vals) (R. Arrieta)
Bohardilla (Raul Iriarte)
Cuento Azul (Raul Iriarte)
Alfredo De Angelis
La mañana (Julio Martel)
Del Pasado (Carlos Dante & Julio Martel)
Aldo Calderon (I. Spitalnik)
Pobre de ellos
Mientras caía el telón
Carlos Di Sarli with Alberto Podestá:
Yo soy aquel viajero
Junto a tu corazón
A mis compañeros
Tito’s special selections for today:
Estaño – Raúl Kaplún
Siempre a punto: Juan Canaro
Griseta: Orquesta Los Astros del Tango
Para que te quiero tanto (C. Vidal)
Voz de barrio (O. Larroca)
Música en tu corazón (C. Vidal)
Lluvia de estrellas
Plomo con O. Verri
This was last night’s production by Oscar Hector Malagrino at Salon Sur in Pompeya. They are marathon evenings with a big agenda and always something very special. I arrived shortly after the doors opened at 20,30 hs. The music and dancing continued until 3 in the morning.
We watched films of Juan D’Arienzo and his orchestra with Alberto Echague on the screens.
Orquesta Tipica Sans Souci with singer Chino Laborde performed during the last hour recreating the style of Miguel Calo and Osmar Maderna (pianist with Calo).
The special appearance was Hector De Rosas, former singer of Osmar Maderna, Jose Basso, and Astor Piazzolla, among others. He performed the Maderna/Esposito vals Pequeña which he recorded July 21, 1949.
I joined my friends Teresa Funes and Beto Ayala for the evening. Beto and Haydee Malagrino danced.
I won’t miss Oscar Hector’s next production. He rented the former Confiteria Mi Club on Suipacha near Tucuman for a Night of Carlos Di Sarli. This was the last place Di Sarli performed with his orquesta in 1959. He hired Orquesta Tipica Gente de Tango with singer Hector Moran who masterfully recreate the Di Sarli style. Milongueros will dance. The date is Sunday, August 4 from 19-1,30 hs. at Suipacha 582. Advance tickets are 40 pesos, 50 pesos at the door. Reservations: 15-5098 3753
Here is Tito’s playlist for Sunday, July 7. The audio repeat is 8:00pm BA Time.
Here is the playlist prepared by Tito Aquino for Sunday, June 16: