“El vals de nochebuena” by Alfredo de Ángelis y su Orquesta Típica with Carlos Dante in vocals, 1944.
Singer and composer
(12 March 1906 – 28 April 1985)
The generation of the forties has been called a brilliant promotion of interpreters, composers and poets that by then reached the peak of a prestigious artistic career, together with a number of authentic young values who were regarded as promising appearances supported by relevant aptitudes to project themselves towards consecration.
Among those most representative winners, at that very important period of the boom of our tango to be danced, to be sung and to be listened to, we find the name of Carlos Dante.
The second period of his artistic activity started on October 1, 1944 at the café Marzotto on Corrientes street, with El Colorado De Angelis. Continue reading at www.todotango.com…
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