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