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“Maleza” by Osvaldo Pugliese y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Morán in vocals, 1945.

Maleza Pugliese Moran disc Argentine Tango

Enrique Munné

Pianist, leader and composer (22 July 1912 – 6 November 2005)

He was born in the city of Rosario.

From a very young age, he appeared as a soloist on radio stations.

Around 1935 or 1936, he made sporadic trips to Buenos Aires, summoned by Elvino Vardaro to form an orchestra.

In 1938, he settled in Buenos Aires and, like other boys who dreamed of making a living with music, stayed at the Pensión La Alegría, a guesthouse on Salta 321.

As for his work as a musician, he joined many orchestras, such as Manuel Buzón, Antonio Rodio, Pedro Maffia, and Mariano Mores.

As composer, many of his tangos were recorded. Among them: “Maleza”.

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