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Danceable Tangos of the Year
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"Danceable Tangos of the Year" is a special programming of Argentine Tango Radio, Budapest: www.argentinetangoradio.com . This 52 episode, weekly series aims to showcase examples of danceable Argentine tangos, valses and milongas, progressing from 1927 up until last year.
 
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Tango ABC Podcast
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TangoABC is a regular educational podcast about the Argentinian Tango, its music, its famous tango orchestras and its singers. We discuss the different styles of each orchestra, and how it influences the growing numbers of tango dancers around the world. You can find the TangoABC Podcasts in the iTunes Store and on www.tangoabc.com
 
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Tango Club
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Tango is our passion. We dance it, we sing it, we feel it and we podcast about it. It is inside; you feel your heart beating harder. We found Tango.
 
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In 2012, on a dare at a one-time milonga in San Telmo, an ambitious young man asked a beautiful young milonguera for a dance. A new dynamic tango duo was born. In 2016, Cristian Palomo and Melisa Sacchi enchanted the world by winning the World Tango Pista Championship title.
 
One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a perfor ...…
 
One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a perfor ...…
 
One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a perfor ...…
 
One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a perfor ...…
 
One night in 2002, a friend gave Jorge Drexler the chorus to a song and challenged him to write the rest of it using a complex, poetic form known as the "Décima." In this fascinating talk, Drexler examines the blended nature of identity, weaving together the history of the Décima with his own quest to write one. He closes the talk with a perfor ...…
 
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Argentine Tango (Tango Argentino)
 
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. ...…
 
Iconic tango composed by an Argentinean and Uruguayan 100 years ago, and probably the most played and danced, in all tango shows and milongas around the world and it is a tradition to be the last song in these events. "La cumparsita" is a tango written at the end of 1916 by Gerardo Matos Rodríguez, with lyrics by Pascual Contursi and Enrique Pe ...…
 
Another show packed full of goodness from the Latin alternative world from hot tropical bangers to deep cumbia, folkore digital and a mini-Barranquilla / Colombian Caribe themed mix. Brand new tracks from Jungle Fire, Dayme Arocena, Ondatropica and something to herald the imminent European release of La Mambanegra’s debut album. There’s a coupl ...…
 
Episode 52 covers the years 1976-2016. We start the episode with one of Astor Piazzolla's most recognizable tango nuevo piece, "Libertango"; as "demonstrated" in the movie Tango Lesson, it is "danceable", at least in circumstances where a follower is courted by three leaders. To cover the many great tango nuevo, alternative tango, and electroni ...…
 
Right Click HERE To Download. Welcome to Episode #6 of the Latin Jazz Corner Podcast! We are well into 2017 at this point and I am excited about the upcoming year of Latin Jazz Corner. I wanted to thank everyone that has reached out to me with encouraging thoughts over the last couple of weeks – if you’ve got additional ideas about the music or ...…
 
Episode 47 covers the years 1953-1954. "El amanecer" from the orchestra of Carlos Di Sarli opens the episode, followed by tangos of Rodolfo Biagi with Hugo Duval, Juan D'Arienzo, Donato Racciatti with Nina Miranda, Osvaldo Pugliese with Alberto Morán, further instrumentals from Carlos Di Sarli and Osvaldo Pugliese, Miguel Caló with Alberto Pode ...…
 
Episode 46 covers the years 1951-1952. The 1952 version of Osvaldo Pugliese's "La Yumba" starts the episode (I shall add there is some uncertainty regarding whether this version is a new recording or "is the result of laboratory manipulations" of the original 1946 version, as Nicolas Lefcovich claims). We continue with tangos from Domingo Feder ...…
 
Episode 45 covers the years 1949-1950. A beatiful interpretation of "Duelo criollo" by the orchestra of Héctor María Artola with singer Alberto Marino is followed by tangos of Alfredo De Angelis with Carlos Dante and with Julio Martel, instrumentals from Rodolfo Biagi and Domingo Federico, Osvaldo Pugliese with Jorge Vidal, further tangos from ...…
 
Episode 44 covers the years 1947-1948. "Patético", in the interpretation of Osvaldo Pugliese, kicks off this episode, which mostly focuses on valses of Alfredo De Angelis with Carlos Dante and Julio Martel, of Aníbal Troilo with Floreal Ruiz and Edmundo Rivero, and of Alberto Castillo. Selected tangos include those of Rodolfo Biagi, Juan D'Arie ...…
 
Tracklist: Hayden James - Just a LoverStraight Wylin - Cropper U Got My Love - Noisy Bears CID - Together HUGEL & Jasmine Thompson - Where We Belong (Calvo Radio Edit) MNEK - At Night I Think About You (Blonde Remix)Phillip George & Dragonette - Feel This WayLuca Debonaire - Got The Feelin (Club Mix)Matt Darey - Light Of Day GUEST TracklistTrac ...…
 
Episode 43 covers the year 1943. The episode starts with "Pobre flor" (alternative title: Primera ilusión) from Alfredo De Angelis with the singers Carlos Dante and Julio Martel. We continue with tangos from Carlos Di Sarli, Enrique Rodrigues with Armando Moreno, Rodolfo Biagi with Alberto Amor, Juan D'Arienzo with Alberto Echagüe, Osmar Madern ...…
 
Episode 42 is Part 2/2 covering the year 1945. We start with Osvaldo Pugliese's interpretation of "Pelele" and continue with tangos from Carlos Di Sarli (with Jorge Durán), Alfredo De Angelis with Carlos Dante and Julio Martel, Francisco Lomuto with Alberto Rivera, Domingo Federico with Carlos Vidal, Lucio Demare with Horacio Quintana, Osvaldo ...…
 
Episode 41 is Part 1/2 covering the year 1945. "Flor de tango" from the orchestra of Osvaldo Pugliese starts the episode, which then continues with tangos from Carlos Di Sarli with Jorge Durán, Rodolfo Biagi with Alberto Amor and with Jorge Ortiz, Juan D'Arienzo with Alberto Echagüe, Osvaldo Pugliese, Enrique Rodriguez with Armando Moreno, Migu ...…
 
Episode 40 is Part 3/3 covering the year 1944. "Cristal", sung by Alberto Marino with the orchestra of Aníbal Troilo gets us started. We continue with valses from Pedro Laurenz with Carlos Bermúdez and Jorge Linares and Lucio Demare with Horacio Quintana, tangos from Osvaldo Pugliese with Roberto Chanel, Juan D'Arienzo with Alberto Echagüe, Enr ...…
 
1. Nice girls don?t stay for breakfast ? Julie London2. Make it with you ? Bread3. La mare diu ? Estupida Erikah4. Ik betaal ? Ramses Shaffy5. Wade in the water ? Eva Cassidy6. A lo megata ? Melingo7. The boxer ? Simon & Garfunkel8. Isabel ? Sjors van der Panne9. Le dernier slow ? Joe Dassin10. Le bagad de Lann-Bihoue ? Alain Souchon11. Meloen ...…
 
1. Nice girls don?t stay for breakfast ? Julie London2. Make it with you ? Bread3. La mare diu ? Estupida Erikah4. Ik betaal ? Ramses Shaffy5. Wade in the water ? Eva Cassidy6. A lo megata ? Melingo7. The boxer ? Simon & Garfunkel8. Isabel ? Sjors van der Panne9. Le dernier slow ? Joe Dassin10. Le bagad de Lann-Bihoue ? Alain Souchon11. Meloen ...…
 
Episode 39 is Part 2/3 covering the year 1944. The episode starts with a composition of Carlos Di Sarli, "Tú... el cielo y tú!" in the interpretation of his own orchestra with the singer Alberto Podestá, one of my Di Sarli favorites. We continue with tangos from Rodolfo Biagi with Alberto Amor and Carlos Acuña, Miguel Caló with Raúl Berón and R ...…
 
Episode 38 is Part 1/3 covering the year 1944. The episode begins with "Recuerdo" from the orchestra of Osvaldo Pugliese. We continue with tangos from Pedro Laurenz with Carlos Bermúdez and Alberto Podestá, Lucio Demare with Horacio Quintana, Orquesta Típica Victor with Albert Carol, Domingo Federico with Carlos Vidal, Carlos Di Sarli with Albe ...…
 
Episode 37 is Part 4/4 covering the year 1943. "Uno", this time in the interpretation of the orchestra of Aníbal Troilo with Alberto Marino starts the episode. Tangos of José García with Alfredo Rojas, Francisco Lomuto, Miguel Caló with Jorge Ortiz, Alberto Podestá, and Raúl Iriarte, Carlos Di Sarli with Roberto Rufino, Rodolfo Biagi with Carlo ...…
 
Episode 36 is Part 3/4 covering the year 1943. "Una vez" from Orquesta Típica Victor with the singer Ortega del Cerro is followed by tangos of Ricardo Tanturi with Enrique Campos, Aníbal Troilo with Francisco Fiorentino, Miguel Caló with Raúl Iriarte, Carlos Di Sarli with Roberto Rufino, and valses from Quinteto Pirincho of Francisco Canaro, Lu ...…
 
Episode 35 is Part 2/4 covering the year 1943. Alberto Podestá sings "Percal" with the orchestra of Miguel Caló in the beginning of the episode. We continue with valses in the interpretation of Aníbal Troilo with Francisco Fiorentino and Alberto Marino, tangos from Enrique Rodriguez with Armando Moreno, Ricardo Malerba with Orlando Medina, Pedr ...…
 
Episode 34 is Part 1/4 covering the year 1943. The episode starts with "Cómo se muere de amor" from the orchestra of Alfredo De Angelis with the singer Floreal Ruiz. We continue with tangos of Lucio Demare with Raúl Berón, Juan D'Arienzo with Héctor Maure, Aníbal Troilo with Francisco Fiorentino, Osvaldo Pugliese with Roberto Chanel, as well as ...…
 
Episode 33 is Part 5/5 covering the year 1942. Although many of the better known pieces of the orchestra of Ricardo Malerba only get recorded in 1943, "Gitana rusa" with the singer Orlando Medina is from 1942; we start our episode with it. Tangos from Lucio Demare with Juan Carlos Miranda, Aníbal Troilo with Francisco Fiorentino, Juan D'Arienzo ...…
 
Episode 32 is Part 4/5 covering the year 1942. After "Junto a tu corazón" from the Orquesta Carlos Di Sarli with singer Alberto Podestá we continue with milongas from Francisco Canaro, Edgardo Donato, and Aníbal Troilo. We then listen to Rodolfo Biagi with Jorge Ortiz, Miguel Caló with Raúl Berón, Francisco Canaro with Eduardo Adrián and Carlos ...…
 
Episode 31 is Part 3/5 covering the year 1942. The orchestra of Aníbal Troilo starts the episode with Francisco Fiorentino singing the tango "Pa' qué seguir". Rodolfo Biagi with Alberto Lago, Carlos Di Sarli with Alberto Podestá, and Miguel Caló with Raúl Berón make up the majority of the episode, with individual pieces in the interpretation of ...…
 
Episode 30 is Part 2/5 covering the year 1942. "Malena", in the interpretation of the orchestra of Lucio Demare with the singer Juan Carlos Miranda, opens the episode. We continue with instrumental tangos of the orchestras of Carlos Di Sarli and Aníbal Troilo, Caló-Podestá, Caló-Berón, Biagi-Lago valses, tangos from Juan D'Arienzo with Héctor M ...…
 
Episode 21 is Part 1/5 covering the year 1942. The velvety voiced Raúl Berón sings "Jamás retornarás" with the orchestra of Miguel Caló in the opening of the episode. We then continue with Carlos Di Sarli with Roberto Rufino, Enrique Rodriguez with Armando Moreno, Orquesta Aníbal Troilo with Francisco Fiorentino, Ricardo Tanturi with Alberto Ca ...…
 
Episode 28 is Part 5/5 covering the year 1941. This year's final episode starts with "Pocas palabras" from Ricardo Tanturi with the singer Alberto Castillo. Carlos Di Sarli follows with Carlos Acuña and Roberto Rufino before we turn back to Tanturi, this time to his valses. We add few more tangos from Aníbal Troilo, as well as examples of Golde ...…
 
Episode 27 is Part 4/5 covering the year 1941. "Buscándote" of Osvaldo Fresedo and Ricardo Ruiz kicks off this episode. We speed up from there with tangos of Ricardo Tanturi and valses of Rodolfo Biagi before easing into the velvety voice of Ángel Vargas (with the orchestra of Ángel D'Agostino). Instrumental tangos of Ánibal Troilo help us get ...…
 
Episode 26 is Part 3/5 covering the year 1941. Juan D'Arienzo and Héctor Maure brings us up to speed with "El olivo". Aníbal Troilo and Francisco Fiorentino continues, notably with "El bulín de la calle Ayacucho" and "Te aconsejo que me olvides". Valses of Francisco Canaro, tangos of Edgardo Donato, Ricardo Tanturi, and Enrique Rodriguez, and m ...…
 
Episode 25 is Part 2/5 covering the year 1941. "Cascabelito" performed by Orquesta Carlos Di Sarli (with the singer Roberto Rufino) started this episode. We continue with Troilo-Fiorentino tangos, valses of Miguel Caló, Troilo, and Juan D'Arienzo, and tangos of Enrique Rodriguez, Rodolfo Biagi, and Osvaldo Fresedo. For more information on "Danc ...…
 
Episode 24 is Part 1/5 covering the year 1941. The great orchestra of Aníbal Troilo returned to the recording studio this year, and we started the episode with his rendering of "En esta tarde gris". We continue with Rodolfo Biagi, Enrique Rodriguez, Francisco Lomuto, Pedro Laurenz, Carlos Di Sarli, Juan D'Arienzo and Ángel D'Agostino. For more ...…
 
Episode 23 is Part 4/4 covering the year 1940. In terms of the number of great danceable tangos that we omitted for the year 1940 probably the orchestra of Francisco Canaro got most unfairly treated; listeners are encouraged to check out his works, especially instrumentals and those with the singers Ernesto Fama and Francisco Amor from this yea ...…
 
Episode 22 is Part 3/4 covering the year 1940. A vals of Edgardo Donato (with the singers Lita Morales, Horacio Lagos, and Romeo Gavioli), "Volverás pero cuándo," starts this episode. Tangos of Rodolfo Biagi with Jorge Ortiz, instrumental tangos of Carlos Di Sarli, valses of Erique Rodriguez and Biagi, and tangos of Osvaldo Fresedo (with Ricard ...…
 
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