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Feliciano Brunelli, Argentine Tango musician, leader and composer.

“Vamos” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

“Vamos” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

Feliciano Brunelli, Argentine Tango musician, leader and composer.

Feliciano Brunelli

Accordionist, pianist, bandleader and composer (February 7, 1903 – August 27, 1981)

Feliciano Brunelli was a composer and player of tangos, milongas, waltzes, and several other diverse rhythms, giving him the immense popularity he enjoyed for almost 40 years.

He recorded no less than 763 numbers, nearly all for the RCA-Victor label.

In the headquarters of this recording company in the United States, his photograph is on a wall alongside other musicians. He was awarded by being among the top ten-selling artists of that enterprise.

In 1933, he started a new stage in his life, which was the beginning of his popularity. 

Elvino Vardaro passed by his town, got acquainted with Feliciano, and took him to Buenos Aires. For a time, he lived in Elvino’s family house.

Read more about Feliciano Brunelli at www.todotango.com

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We are happy to have a collaboration with the people from tangotunes.com from whom some of you may have heard, they do high-quality transfers from original tango shellacs.

It is the number 1 source for professional Tango DJs all over the world.

  • Now they started a new project that addresses the dancers and the website is https://en.mytango.online
    You will find two compilations at the beginning, one tango and one vals compilation in amazing quality.
    The price is 50€ each (for 32 songs each compilation) and now the good news!

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Carlos Bahr, Argentine Tango lyricist | Portrate

“Motivo sentimental” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

“Motivo sentimental” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

Carlos Bahr, Argentine Tango lyricist | Portrate

Carlos Bahr

Lyricist and composer (October 15, 1902 – July 23, 1984)

Little is known about this author, who came to Tango poetry due to his early inclination towards literature, which initially shifted towards native songwriting and later embraced urban music. With no secondary education, his formation was that of a classic autodidact who, in reading – done disorderly and without appropriate guidance since childhood – found the means that his natural intelligence was awaiting, eventually acquiring some basic knowledge to refine his language, enrich his intellect, and stimulate his literary vocation. The thematic diversity was notable in Carlos Bahr, even more evident due to the prolific nature of his work.

But his preferred subjects were love and Tango itself, which he reflected and recreated in different compositions and with various treatments, never straying from romantic flights and all brimming with urban flavor and authenticity.

We want to share this talented poet’s “Motivo sentimental” tango with our audience.

Read more about Carlos Bahr at www.todotango.com

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We are happy to have a collaboration with the people from tangotunes.com from whom some of you may have heard, they do high-quality transfers from original tango shellacs.

It is the number 1 source for professional Tango DJs all over the world.

  • Now they started a new project that addresses the dancers and the website is https://en.mytango.online
    You will find two compilations at the beginning, one tango and one vals compilation in amazing quality.
    The price is 50€ each (for 32 songs each compilation) and now the good news!

If you enter the promo code 8343 when you register at this site you will get a 20% discount!

Thanks for supporting this project, you will find other useful information on the site, a great initiative.

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Andrés Domenech, Argentine Tango musician, composer and lyricist.

“Va a cantar un ruiseñor” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1942.

“Va a cantar un ruiseñor” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1942.

Andrés Domenech, Argentine Tango musician, composer and lyricist.

Andrés Domenech

Pianist, lyricist and composer (16 December 1901 – 2 September 1950)

Decidedly determined to show his conditions, he settled in Buenos Aires in 1923, where he managed to impose his name as a tango composer.

That year began a series of very personal style and exceptional quality titles.

Some were very popular, such as “Va a cantar un ruiseñor”.

Read more about Andrés Domenech at www.todotango.com

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We are happy to have a collaboration with the people from tangotunes.com from whom some of you may have heard, they do high-quality transfers from original tango shellacs.

It is the number 1 source for professional Tango DJs all over the world.

  • Now they started a new project that addresses the dancers and the website is https://en.mytango.online
    You will find two compilations at the beginning, one tango and one vals compilation in amazing quality.
    The price is 50€ each (for 32 songs each compilation) and now the good news!

If you enter the promo code 8343 when you register at this site you will get a 20% discount!

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Carlos Di Sarli Argentine Tango poster.

“Cero al as” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

“Cero al as” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1944.

Carlos Di Sarli Argentine Tango poster.

Francisco Bohigas

Lyricist and composer (4 December 1892 – 20 December 1966)

He was a playwright.

He began writing tangos in 1925 and produced titles such as “Cero al as”.

Bohigas was born in Buenos Aires on December 4, 1892, and died in Merlo (province of Buenos Aires) on December 20, 1966.

Read more about Francisco Bohigas at www.todotango.com

Listen and buy:

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We are happy to have a collaboration with the people from tangotunes.com from whom some of you may have heard, they do high-quality transfers from original tango shellacs.

It is the number 1 source for professional Tango DJs all over the world.

  • Now they started a new project that addresses the dancers and the website is https://en.mytango.online
    You will find two compilations at the beginning, one tango and one vals compilation in amazing quality.
    The price is 50€ each (for 32 songs each compilation) and now the good news!

If you enter the promo code 8343 when you register at this site you will get a 20% discount!

Thanks for supporting this project, you will find other useful information on the site, a great initiative.

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"Nido gaucho", Argentine Tango music sheet cover.

“Nido gaucho” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1942.

“Nido gaucho” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Podestá in vocals, 1942.

'Nido gaucho', Argentine Tango music sheet cover.

Héctor Marcó

Lyricist, singer, composer and actor (12 December 1906 – 30 September 1987)

After the first recording, I was in the studio, Di Sarli left the piano and told me:

“Congratulations. If you like we can be collaborators from now on”.

Since then there followed many songs together.

Among them “Nido gaucho”.

Read more about Héctor Marcó at www.todotango.com

Listen and buy:

  • Amazon music

  • iTunes music

  • Spotify

We are happy to have a collaboration with the people from tangotunes.com from whom some of you may have heard, they do high-quality transfers from original tango shellacs.

It is the number 1 source for professional Tango DJs all over the world.

  • Now they started a new project that addresses the dancers and the website is https://en.mytango.online
    You will find two compilations at the beginning, one tango and one vals compilation in amazing quality.
    The price is 50€ each (for 32 songs each compilation) and now the good news!

If you enter the promo code 8343 when you register at this site you will get a 20% discount!

Thanks for supporting this project, you will find other useful information on the site, a great initiative.

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