Argentine Tango School

"El encopao" by Anibal Troilo y su orquesta Típica with Francisco Fiorentino in vocals, 1942.

"El encopao", Argentine Tango music sheet cover

Enrique Dizeo

Lyricist (July 26, 1893 - May 6, 1980)

His inclination towards popular poetry, which he approached out of instinct, sensitivity, natural and awakened intelligence, had its early expressions at a center with artistic pretensions in a carnival outfit where he made his first rhymed scribbles. His first tango was born through this outfit, and it reached popularity: “Romántico bulincito”, with music by Augusto Gentile. From then on, his passion and his profession was Tango. 

He succeeded in handling a language that has a close relationship with lunfardo, where what has to do with the town is merged with the things of the outskirts in harmonic alloy, to offer paintings and expressions of an authentic porteño character.

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