Golden Age of Tango | Noche de Tango

May 9, 2020

Juan D'Arienzo conducts
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On this week's show host, Charles Olivier explores the Golden Age of Tango and how it created the quintessential sound of the Orquesta Tipica. The Golden Age of Tango was roughly from 1930-1950.  During this time in Buenos Aires, Tango clubs were practically everywhere one could go and tango orchestras were playing both live and recorded across the radio dial.  This push of popularity was influenced heavily by Juan D'Arienzo and his dancer focused style of tango music.  Listen in to hear D'Arienzo, Roldofo Biagi, Alfredo Gobbi, and others who greatly shaped the Golden Age of Tango. 

Rodolfo Biagi
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Tanda 1 - Orquesta tipica de Juan D'Arienzo

  • La Cafachez
  • El Apronte
  • Gallo Ciego
  • El Africano
  • Rodriguez Pena

Tanda 2 - Orquesta Tipica de Rodolfo Biagi

  • La Marcha Nupcial
  • Humillacion
  • Ahora No Mo Conoces
  • Pajaro Ciego
  • Romantico Bulincito

Tanda 3 - Carlos di Sarli y su Orquestra Tipica

  • La Trilla
  • Milonguero Viejo
  • Shusheta
  • En Un Beso la Vida
  • Charlemos

Alfredo Gobbi
Credit Wikipedia

Tanda 4 - Orquesta de Alfredo Gobbi

  • Calor de Hogar
  • El Andariego
  • Barcarola Triste
  • A Mis Manos