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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.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 01 (1927/1928) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 01 covers the years 1927 and 1928. In order to honor the immense effect he had on the development of tango, the series starts with "Gallo ciego", one of the few danceable tangos from the Orquesta of Julio De Caro. We continue with displaying Orquesta Típica Victor instrumentals, with selected tangos and valses from the orchestras of Bianco-Bachicha, Adolfo Carabelli, Francisco Canaro, Osvaldo Fresedo, Francisco Lomuto, Jose M. Lucchesi, Juan Felix Maglio ("Pacho"), Luis Petrucelli, and Salvador Pizarro. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 01 (1927/1928) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 02 (1929/1930) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 02 covers the years 1929 and 1930. We start with "Coqueta", a beautiful instrumental tango from Orquesta Típica Victor, and focus in particular on the Sexteto of Carlos Di Sarli, OTV, and the orchestras of Antonio Bonavena, Francisco Canaro, Juan Bautista Guido, and Juan Felix Maglio ("Pacho"). For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 02 (1929/1930) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 03 (1931/1932) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 03 covers the years 1931 and 1932. The episode starts with "El huracán" by the orchestra of Edgardo Donato with singer Félix Gutiérrez. We then keep our focus on the orchestras of Adolfo Carabelli, Francisco Canaro, and Roberto Firpo, as well as on "Orquesta Típicas": Orquesta Típica Brunswick, Orquesta Típica Los Provincianos, and Orquesta Típica Victor. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 03 (1931/1932) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 04 (1933/1934) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 04 covers the years 1933 and 1934. We start with "Tigre viejo" from the orchestra of Osvaldo Fresedo, and we continue with selected pieces from the orchestras of Francisco Canaro, Osvaldo Fresedo, Francisco Lomuto, Miguel Orlando, as well as from Orquesta Típica Los Provincianos and Orquesta Típica Brunswick. We finish the episode with "El acomodo", an 1933 energetic instrumental tango from the orchestra of Edgardo Donato that somewhat foreshadows Juan D'Arienzo's rhythmical revolution of 1935. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 04 (1933/1934) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 05 (1935) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 05 covers the year 1935. We start with "Poema" and other mellow pieces from Francisco Canaro (with the singer Roberto Maida) and Osvaldo Fresedo (with singer Roberto Rey). After a somewhat unusual vals of Francisco Canaro, "Amor y primavera", we turn to Edgardo Donato and Juan D'Arienzo; we hope to catch the effect rhythmical pieces of Donato may have had on the coming revolution of D'Arienzo. We close with a tango from the also under-appreciated Roberto Firpo and with a milonga by Juan D'Arienzo. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 05 (1935) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 06 (1936 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 06 is Part 1/3 covering the year 1936. We start with "La payanca" from Juan D'Arienzo and continue with tangos and valses and a milonga from the orchestras of Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, Edgardo Donato, Roberto Firpo, and Osvaldo Fresedo. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 06 (1936 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 07 (1936 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 07 is Part 2/3 covering the year 1936. We start with Roberto Maida singing what could easily be another "Poema" or "Invierno" if it were better known, "Será una noche". The rest of the episode focuses on works by Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, and Roberto Firpo; we finish with a tango from the second best known of the four Canaro brothers, Rafael Canaro. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 07 (1936 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 08 (1936 p3) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 08 is Part 3/3 covering the year 1936. "La mélodie de notre adieu," a French sung tango from Rafael Canaro with singer Roger Tussaint is our first piece. Our focus today is on tangos and valses, in particular from Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, and Francisco Lomuto. We finish this last episode on 1936 with an example of a European style tango from the continent, a Russian rendering of a beautiful Polish tango, "Weary sun". For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 08 (1936 p3) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 09 (1937 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 09 is Part 1/3 covering the year 1937. We start with "Invierno", one of the most popular Canaro-Maida songs from the second half of the year (I find the shocking similarity of the melodic theme of "Invierno" to the then-popular 1936 Hungarian tango that serves as the main signal of this episode series quite ironic, especially in the light that Francisco Canaro was the main advocate of musical copyright protection in Argentina at the time and played a pivotal role in founding SADAIC in 1936). Besides Canaro we display instrumental valses and milongas from Juan D'Arienzo and Edgardo Donato, and a handful of more lyrical pieces from Osvaldo Fresedo with Roberto Ray. We close the episode with a rare gem from Enrique Santos Discépolo, featuring the singer Tania. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 09 (1937 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 10 (1937 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 10 is Part 2/3 covering the year 1937. After starting with "Paciencia", the first non-instrumental tango of the second orchestra of Juan D'Arienzo and the only one with the singer Enrique Carbel, we focus on instrumentals of Juan D'Arienzo, on Edgardo Donato with Horacio Lagos, and on Francisco Lomuto with Jorge Omar, as well as on further tangos and valses from Roberto Firpo and Orquesta Típica Victor. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 10 (1937 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Latest Episodes

Ep. 01 (1927/1928) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 01 covers the years 1927 and 1928. In order to honor the immense effect he had on the development of tango, the series starts with "Gallo ciego", one of the few danceable tangos from the Orquesta of Julio De Caro. We continue with displaying Orquesta Típica Victor instrumentals, with selected tangos and valses from the orchestras of Bianco-Bachicha, Adolfo Carabelli, Francisco Canaro, Osvaldo Fresedo, Francisco Lomuto, Jose M. Lucchesi, Juan Felix Maglio ("Pacho"), Luis Petrucelli, and Salvador Pizarro. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 01 (1927/1928) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 02 (1929/1930) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 02 covers the years 1929 and 1930. We start with "Coqueta", a beautiful instrumental tango from Orquesta Típica Victor, and focus in particular on the Sexteto of Carlos Di Sarli, OTV, and the orchestras of Antonio Bonavena, Francisco Canaro, Juan Bautista Guido, and Juan Felix Maglio ("Pacho"). For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 02 (1929/1930) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 03 (1931/1932) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 03 covers the years 1931 and 1932. The episode starts with "El huracán" by the orchestra of Edgardo Donato with singer Félix Gutiérrez. We then keep our focus on the orchestras of Adolfo Carabelli, Francisco Canaro, and Roberto Firpo, as well as on "Orquesta Típicas": Orquesta Típica Brunswick, Orquesta Típica Los Provincianos, and Orquesta Típica Victor. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 03 (1931/1932) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 04 (1933/1934) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 04 covers the years 1933 and 1934. We start with "Tigre viejo" from the orchestra of Osvaldo Fresedo, and we continue with selected pieces from the orchestras of Francisco Canaro, Osvaldo Fresedo, Francisco Lomuto, Miguel Orlando, as well as from Orquesta Típica Los Provincianos and Orquesta Típica Brunswick. We finish the episode with "El acomodo", an 1933 energetic instrumental tango from the orchestra of Edgardo Donato that somewhat foreshadows Juan D'Arienzo's rhythmical revolution of 1935. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 04 (1933/1934) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 05 (1935) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 05 covers the year 1935. We start with "Poema" and other mellow pieces from Francisco Canaro (with the singer Roberto Maida) and Osvaldo Fresedo (with singer Roberto Rey). After a somewhat unusual vals of Francisco Canaro, "Amor y primavera", we turn to Edgardo Donato and Juan D'Arienzo; we hope to catch the effect rhythmical pieces of Donato may have had on the coming revolution of D'Arienzo. We close with a tango from the also under-appreciated Roberto Firpo and with a milonga by Juan D'Arienzo. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 05 (1935) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 06 (1936 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 06 is Part 1/3 covering the year 1936. We start with "La payanca" from Juan D'Arienzo and continue with tangos and valses and a milonga from the orchestras of Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, Edgardo Donato, Roberto Firpo, and Osvaldo Fresedo. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 06 (1936 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 07 (1936 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 07 is Part 2/3 covering the year 1936. We start with Roberto Maida singing what could easily be another "Poema" or "Invierno" if it were better known, "Será una noche". The rest of the episode focuses on works by Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, and Roberto Firpo; we finish with a tango from the second best known of the four Canaro brothers, Rafael Canaro. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 07 (1936 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 08 (1936 p3) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 08 is Part 3/3 covering the year 1936. "La mélodie de notre adieu," a French sung tango from Rafael Canaro with singer Roger Tussaint is our first piece. Our focus today is on tangos and valses, in particular from Francisco Canaro, Juan D'Arienzo, and Francisco Lomuto. We finish this last episode on 1936 with an example of a European style tango from the continent, a Russian rendering of a beautiful Polish tango, "Weary sun". For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 08 (1936 p3) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 09 (1937 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 09 is Part 1/3 covering the year 1937. We start with "Invierno", one of the most popular Canaro-Maida songs from the second half of the year (I find the shocking similarity of the melodic theme of "Invierno" to the then-popular 1936 Hungarian tango that serves as the main signal of this episode series quite ironic, especially in the light that Francisco Canaro was the main advocate of musical copyright protection in Argentina at the time and played a pivotal role in founding SADAIC in 1936). Besides Canaro we display instrumental valses and milongas from Juan D'Arienzo and Edgardo Donato, and a handful of more lyrical pieces from Osvaldo Fresedo with Roberto Ray. We close the episode with a rare gem from Enrique Santos Discépolo, featuring the singer Tania. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
Comments
Ep. 09 (1937 p1) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Ep. 10 (1937 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year

Episode 10 is Part 2/3 covering the year 1937. After starting with "Paciencia", the first non-instrumental tango of the second orchestra of Juan D'Arienzo and the only one with the singer Enrique Carbel, we focus on instrumentals of Juan D'Arienzo, on Edgardo Donato with Horacio Lagos, and on Francisco Lomuto with Jorge Omar, as well as on further tangos and valses from Roberto Firpo and Orquesta Típica Victor. For more information on "Danceable Tangos of the Year" visit: www.ArgentineTangoRadio.com/dtoty .

-1 s2017 JAN 23
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Ep. 10 (1937 p2) of Danceable Tangos of the Year
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