Playlist: 15 October 2016 (Loughborough)

 

Genre Song Year Artist(s)
Tango El cornetín del tranvía 1938 Francisco Lomuto (Jorge Omar)
Otra vez 1938
Por la vuelta 1939
Madreselva 1938
Vals No te olvides de mí corazón… 1945 Miguel Caló (Raúl Iriarte)
El mismo dolor 1945
Flor de lino 1946
Tango Corazón 1939 Carlos Di Sarli (Roberto Rufino)
Lo pasao pasó 1940
Cosas olvidadas 1940
En un beso la vida 1940
Tango El cachafaz 1937 Juan D’Arienzo (Instrumental)
Gallo ciego 1937
El porteñito 1937
El choclo 1937
Milonga Milonga del novecientos 1933 Francisco Canaro (Ernesto Famá)
Yo me llamo Juan Te Quiero 1934
Milonga sentimental 1933 Francisco Canaro (Famá & Ramos)
Tango Percal 1943 Aníbal Troilo (Francisco Fiorentino)
Cada vez que me recuerdes 1943
Margarita Gauthier 1943
Cada día te extraño más 1943
Tango Nueve de julio 1950 Alfredo De Angelis (Instrumental)
El vazquito 1955
Caminito 1955
Pavadita 1958
Vals Dichas que viví 1939 Rodolfo Biagi (Andrés Falgás)
Déjame amarte aunque sea un día 1939
El último adiós 1940
Tango Carnaval de mi barrio 1939 Edgardo Donato (Lagos, Morales & Gavioli)
Mi serenata 1940 Edgardo Donato (Morales & Gavioli)
Sombra gaucha 1939 Edgardo Donato (Lagos & Morales)
Sinsabor 1939
Tango Alma de bohemio 1943 Pedro Laurenz (Alberto Podestá)
Todo 1943
Como el hornero 1944
Garúa 1943
Milonga La puñalada 1937 Juan D’Arienzo (Instrumental)
Milonga del corazón 1938 Juan D’Arienzo (Alberto Echagüe)
El esquinazo 1938 Juan D’Arienzo (Instrumental)
Tango La racha 1938 Lucio Demare (Instrumental)
Din don 1938 Lucio Demare (Juan Carlos Miranda)
Color de rosa 1941 Lucio Demare (Instrumental)
Telón 1938 Lucio Demare (Juan Carlos Miranda)
Tango La mariposa 1966 Osvaldo Pugliese (Instrumental)
Verano porteño 1966
A Evaristo Carriego 1969
Zum 1973
Vals Soñar y nada más 1943 Francisco Canaro (Eduardo Adrián & Carlos Roldán)
Valsecito amigo 1943 Francisco Canaro (Eduardo Adrián)
El vals de los abuelos 1941
Tango Recuerdo malevo 1941 Ricardo Tanturi (Alberto Castillo)
Noches de Colón 1941
Pocas palabras 1941
Así se baila el tango 1942
Tango Arrabalero 1939 Osvaldo Fresedo (Instrumental)
Mariposita 1941
Divagando 1939
La mariposa 1945
Milonga La mulateada 1941 Carlos Di Sarli (Roberto Rufino)
Pena mulata 1941
Zorzal 1941
Tango Cascabelito 1953 Ángel D’Agostino (Ricardo Ruiz)
La sonámbula 1954 Ángel D’Agostino (Instrumental)
Carnaval de mi barrio 1954 Ángel D’Agostino (Rubén Cané)
Café Domínguez 1955 Ángel D’Agostino (Instrumental)
Tango La cumparsita 1952 Aníbal Troilo (Instrumental)

Tango 250: Ricardo Tanturi

About Ricardo Tanturi

Ricardo Tanturi
Ricardo Tanturi

Tanturi was born in 1905 in Buenos Aires and died there in 1973. He played violin and piano and formed his orchestra in 1933. He recorded with Odeón between 1937 and 1938 (just four songs) and with Victor between 1940 and 1959.

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His most notable singers were Alberto Castillo (1941-43) and Enrique Campos (1943-1946). In the late 40s he also recorded with Roberto Videla and Osvaldo Ribó.

The suggested Tango 250 collection features tango tandas with Castillo and Campos, together with vals and milonga tandas, both with Castillo.

Tanturi (Castillo) 1941-42

The recordings of Tanturi with Castillo are mostly straightforward and rhythmic. Castillo has a distinctive voice, nasal in tone, and he delivers the lyrics with perfect phrasing.

  • Recuerdo malevo (23-Dec-41)
  • Al compás de un tango (18-Mar-42)
  • El tango es el tango (14-Aug-42)
  • Así se baila el tango (4-Dec-42)

Tanturi (Campos) 1943

Castillo left the Tanturi orchestra in 1943 for a solo career and his replacement was Enrique Campos. His rather different vocal style perfectly suited the general slowing of pace in tango music, and the orchestra has changed its playing style, slightly, presenting more complex textures and showing a more lyrical side. Many dancers prefer the Campos repertoire to the earlier Castillo.

  • Una emoción (17-Nov-43)
  • Muchachos comienza la ronda (6-Aug-43)
  • Palomita mía (19-Aug-43)
  • Oigo tu voz (17-Nov-43)

Tanturi (Castillo) 1941 (Vals)

Tanturi can sometimes sound very like D’Arienzo – and never more than with these valses. Castillo delivers the lyric of Recuerdo as though it were a patter song. These well-paced songs are wonderful for dancing.

  • Recuerdo (8-Jan-41)
  • La serenata (6-May-41)
  • Mi romance (7-Jul-41)

Tanturi (Castillo) 1941-42 (Milonga)

These songs are rhythmically straightforward and medium-paced. Castillo takes few liberties in delivering the lyrics, staying firmly within the pulse, making the songs attractive to dancers of all levels.

  • Mozo guapo (19-Feb-41)
  • Así es la milonga (27-May-42)
  • Mi morocha (18-Sep-41)