“Racing Club” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Sexteto Típico, 1930.
The decade that followed the establishment of the Sexteto Tipico as the standard formation for all tango orchestras, was a period of greatness for the evolutionary development of the tango, primarily as music to be listened to as well as danced.
Meanwhile, legendary cafes with names like Germinal, offered a permanent rotation of talent, the innovative music of up and coming musicians like Carlos Di Sarli.
The immense success of the tango in the decade of the nineteen twenties was the true pinnacle of evolution of tango music. Continue reading at www.elfirulete.com…
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