Argentine Tango School

"Cautivo" by Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Típica with Francisco Fiorentino in vocals, 1941.

Luis Rubistein, author and composer of Argentine Tangos.

Luis Rubistein

Lyricist and composer (8 July 1908 - 10 August 1954)

Luis had been expelled from school in the third grade because he threw an ink pot at the teacher, who reprimanded him because he was writing poems.

Fond of roaming the streets, untamable, soon Luis frequented the places of Tango environment.

He was able to devise several themes on the same day.

There were times during his lifetime when he turned into a truly song maker, so accumulating an indeterminable work.

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