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TANGO is so much more than a musical genre. It's history, passion and feeling. It's integration of culture, distance and generations in one expression, an Argentine sound, that people around the world associate with us and our country. Tango has got its history, secrets, artists. Past, present and future of a cultural expression declared by UNESCO as Non-Material Cultural Heritage of Mankind. Every week we introduce a special program about the most important people in Argentine tango. It's a ...
 
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Homero Manzi, the poet of tango. Homero Nicolás Manzione Prestera, better known as Homero Manzi (November 1, 1907–May 3, 1951) was an Argentine Tango lyricist, author of various famous tangos. He was born on November 1 of 1907 in Añatuya (province of Santiago del Estero), Argentina. Manzi was interested in literature and tango since he was young. A…
 
Philosophy in small coins Some years before, in his essay Les Assassins de la Mémoire —an acute study on the neo-nazi revisionism in contemporary Europe—, the French writer Pierre Vidal-Naquet transcribed lyrics of “Cambalache”, the seminal tango by Enrique Santos Discépolo. A far-fetched quotation? Maybe a feature of exotism by an intellectual in …
 
She was the first singer, direct heiress of the primitive payadores. His is a unique case in the history of the woman in the tango. No one expressed as she, sang with the same cadence and the same I left with the speaker, was the female prototype -irrepetible- of the suburban. He played naturally, as he did, and played the guitar by tone, as Juan d…
 
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