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  • La Cumparsita. Argentine music at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.
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    "La Cumparsita" by Juan D'Arienzo y su Orquesta Típica, 1963.
    April 19, 2018
    The six Juan D'Arienzo renditions, between 1928 and 1971, are different, but the one recorded on December 10, 1963 stands out, because it is the one with most drive and most polished. Continue reading.
  • El estagiario. Martín Lasala Álvarez. Argentine music at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.
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    "El estagiario" by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica, 1941.
    April 18, 2018
    The title of this tango always arouses curiosity, added to the beauty of listening to it as the great creation that Carlos Di Sarli made of it, recording it on April 18, 1941.
  • Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires. Come with us!
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    Save 20% on our October 2018 Tango Tour to Buenos Aires
    April 17, 2018
    Use promotion code LOVINGTANGO (valid until 5/30/18)
  • Floreal Ruiz. Argentine music at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.
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    "Qué me van a hablar de amor" by Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Típica with Floreal Ruiz in vocals, 1946.
    April 17, 2018
    When I hear Floreal Ruiz I have the impression that the singer so naturally and spontaneously does it that he seems to be seated on a chair informally conversing, and the musical notes spring out of his throat with no effort. The timbre and the color of his voice are everyday sounds for me, there are neither stridences nor false resources, he does it in the most difficult way, easily.
  • Carlos Viván. Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires' music.
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    "Como se pianta la vida" by Ricardo Tanturi y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Castillo in vocals, 1942.
    April 15, 2018
    Besides being a vocalist, he was an interesting composer of widespread tangos: “Hacelo por la vieja”, “Cómo se pianta la vida”, “Moneda de cobre”, “Domani”, “Viviane de París”, “Se va el tren”, “Palomita mía”, “Amiga”, “Nuestra noche”, “El barco María”, “Dolor de tango”, “Milonga para Gardel”, “Triste mariposa”, among others less known.
  • Edgardo Donato. Music at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.
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    "La milonga que faltaba" by Edgardo Donato y su Orquesta Típica with Horacio Lagos in vocals, 1938.
    April 14, 2018
    When he was ten he started to study music with his father and later he studied at a conservatory named Franz Liszt. When he was 21 he was ready to work as a professional. He began with his father in the opera music field, wearing stiff collar and with a much serious look, in spite of the fact that he was a stubborn humorist then and throughout his lifetime, even when he played the violin.
  • El irresistible. Argentine music from Marcelo Solis collection.
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    "El irresistible" by Juan D'Arienzo y su Orquesta Típica, 1936.
    April 13, 2018
    Lorenzo Logatti was born in Foggia, Italy, and was clarinetist and composer. His father, a professional musician, taught him his first lessons. Later, he continued his studies with other teachers and joined bands and orchestras in his province and also in Naples. He even led a band in Ancona.
  • Juan D'Arienzo, the King of Rhythm.
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    "El flete" by Juan D'Arienzo y su Orquesta Típica, 1936.
    April 12, 2018
    "Mine was always a tough orchestra, with a very swinging, much nervous, vibrant beat. And it was that way because tango, for me, has three things: beat, impact and nuances. An orchestra ought to have, above all, life. That is why mine lasted more than fifty years."
  • Marcelo Solis - Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.
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    Your first week of Tango
    April 7, 2018
    Practice what we had worked last week. Find here videos to review our exercises.
  • Tinta verde. Argentine music. Tango.
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    "Tinta verde" by Osvaldo Fresedo y su Sexteto Típico, 1927.
    April 6, 2018
    Author: Agustín Bardi, 1915.

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