Noche de Tango

Fridays at 9 p.m.
  • Hosted by Charles Olivier

Noche de Tango compiles sounds from musicians around the globe into an hour of your favorite Tango songs. New programs air every Friday night at 9 p.m. on 89.1. 

Revolutionaries in Tango Music

Aug 5, 2017
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Tanda #1: Balada para un Organito Loco, Yo Soy Maria, Fuga y Misterioso, Aria de los Analistas, and Milonga de la Anunciascion

 

A Week of Famous Collaborations and Adrianas

Jul 28, 2017
tangocity.com

Tanda #1: El Torito, Guitarerra, La Yumba, and El Otario

Singer Florial Ruiz began his career with Alfredo De Angelis in 1943, which was one of the first professional orchestras with whom he performed. He recorded only a small list of only eight tracks with De Angelis but these tracks became some of the most famous in his career. Listen to the collaboration between these two Tango greats in the week's first Tanda. 

Tanda #2: Aunque seas mujer, Chuzas, El Engobbiao, and As de Carton

Noche de Tango Playlist of the Week

Jul 22, 2017
Tangos al Bardo

 

Tanda #1: Recuerdo, La Clavada, Ojos Negros, and Boedo.

La nova Botica del Aleman

Tanda #1: Betinotti, Color de Gris, Destellos, and 9 de Julio.

Adolfo Beron lived from 1915-1982. He was revered for his skills as a guitarist, which is one of the oldest instruments in Tango and has been a part of the genre since the early beginnings in the late 19th century. In the first Tanda, you hear the cafe style of tango that focused on the musical talents of Beron.

Tanda #2: El Tabernero, Llorar por Una Mujer, En la Buena y en La Malas, and Suerte Loca

The Life and Music of Ruben Juarez

Jul 8, 2017
Ruben Bandoneon Blanco
alchetron.com

On this week's Tango playlist, we're bringing you an hour of great tangos from the Golden Age and beyond. This episode of Noche de Tango includes tandas focusing on the life and music of the great singer and bandoneonista, Ruben Juarez.    

 

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