A tanda for...

Discussion in 'Tango Argentino' started by tangobro, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. UKDancer

    UKDancer Well-Known Member

    Yes, I suppose it is, but it's also slightly slower than the other two, so I put it first for the sake of a tanda with rising energy.
     
  2. bordertangoman

    bordertangoman Well-Known Member


    I have heard the second two played at milongas....
     
  3. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    Rodolfo Biagi:
    (Played by the DJ @ a recent New York City milonga)

    Ya Lo Ves
    (example not found)

    Tus Labios Me Diran


    Nada


    Yuyo Verde
     
  4. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    Milonga -
    Edgardo Donato
    (played by the d.j. @ a recent New York City milonga)

    Sacale Punta


    La Milonga Que Faltaba


    Portena Linda



    Sin Sabor
     
  5. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    Pedro Laurenz
    (played by the DJ at a recent New York City Milonga)

    Alma De Bohemio


    Arrabal


    Garua


    p.s. this is an open thread, please feel free to add
    a tanda for...
     
  6. opendoor

    opendoor Well-Known Member

    Laurenz always is a good choice (he´s one of my favorite). But I want to add that Arrabal does not fit to the rest (for me anyway). Arrabal is club style, the rest pure salón style.
     
  7. AndaBien

    AndaBien Well-Known Member

    What is the difference in those styles of music?
     
  8. dchester

    dchester Moderator Staff Member

    I don't know about the club style vs salon style thing, but I do agree that I probably wouldn't put Arrabal in a tanda with the other two songs (definitely not with Garua). For me, the emotions I feel from Garua is about the embrace, while Arrabal is more about the rhythm (although actually a bit of a tweener).

    I also love Pedro Laurenz.
     
  9. dchester

    dchester Moderator Staff Member

    Tangobro, thanks for starting this thread. I've considered a few new possibilities as a result of it.

    I'm still experimenting with various Troilo combinations. Here is a tanda I plan to try this weekend. Feedback is welcome.


    Te Aconsejo que Me Olvides




    En Esta Tarde Gris




    El Bulín De La Calle Ayacucho

     
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  10. opendoor

    opendoor Well-Known Member

    Excellent! And "El Bulín De La Calle Ayacucho" still is my schoolbook example for explaining polyrhythms.
     
  11. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    YES!
    "Te Aconsejo que Me Olvides" gets me scanning the room for a partner as soon as I hear it. "En Esta Tarde Gris" keeps the feeling flowing & if I managed to get the right partner @ the right time, ending with "El Bulín De La Calle Ayacucho" means I can just sit down & enjoy the afterglow of a good tanda.
     
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  12. UKDancer

    UKDancer Well-Known Member

    I love these early Troilo songs, but do crave a wider range of his music making at milongas. I almost never hear anything except Troilo/Fiorentino from 1941. There is so much more, without needing to include the late concert music.
     
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  13. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    Tanturi/Castillo

    (Played by the dj at a recent New York City Milonga)

    "Que Me Quiten Lo Bailao"


    "Esta Noche Me Emborracho" (example - partial recording)


    "Madame Ivonne"
     
  14. dchester

    dchester Moderator Staff Member

    What are some of his other songs that you like?
     
  15. UKDancer

    UKDancer Well-Known Member

    From only a slightly later period (1943-44) and with singer, Alberto Marino. (BTW, the videos are chosen really for the music, rather than for the dancing):

    • Nada Más Que Un Corazón
    • Uno
    • Cuando Tallan los Recuerdos
    • Torrente



     
  16. dchester

    dchester Moderator Staff Member

    While I like the Troilo version of this song, I like the Calo version even better. Here it is in a tanda.

    Corazon No Le Hagas Caso


    Margarita Gauthier


    Cuando Tallan los Recuerdos
     
  17. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    aarrrgghhh

    OK call me weird - when I dance I'm focused on the music & the dance and don't process words, so when I 1st heard Margarita Gauthier
    I danced in blissful ignorance. Once I sat and actually listened to it I could not decide whether to sob silently or slit my wrists, so I went to the snack table for the chocolate cake. Now I find it hard to enjoy dancing to. Way too melancholic, even by Tango standards.
     
  18. tangobro

    tangobro Active Member

    Adolfo Carabelli
    (played by the dj at a recent New York City milonga)

    A Rodriguez Pena


    Mi Refugio


    El Pensamiento
     
  19. dchester

    dchester Moderator Staff Member

    Note to self: Stay in blissful ignorance.

    :D
     
  20. AndaBien

    AndaBien Well-Known Member

    Yes, I've always enjoyed Carabelli.

    Makes me think of Ciriaco Ortiz, who was a late night favorite around here many years ago. Does anyone play him anymore?
     

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