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Argentine Tango School

“Tabernero” by Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Típica with Francisco Fiorentino in vocals, 1941.

Music sheet cover of Argentine Tango "Tabernero", of Miguel Cafre.

Miguel Cafre

Singer, guitarist and composer (25 March 1881 – 18 November 1936)

He began to sing and to accompany himself in his childhood. When he was a teenager, he studied singing, and as a professional, he made endless tours of the interior of Argentina and Uruguay.

A friend of Gardel’s at the time when they were both unknown once went out with the former and said to his relatives, «So long» but returned two months later.

They had been singing at so many guitar parties that they later forgot to return!

He was a prolific author, but he did not publish the large number of pieces he wrote.

The one that did not fall into oblivion is “Tabernero (El tabernero)”.

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