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TANGO FIRE during their world tour. I filmed them at the Maag Eventhall in Zürich Switerland Credits: ARTISTIC DIRECTOR Carolina Soler DANCERS Nelson Celis & Yanina Fajar Pablo Sosa & Mariela Maldonado Mauricio Celis & Ines Cuesta German Cornejo & Carolina Giannini Juan Malizia & Florencia Roldan SINGER Javier Di Ciriaco MUSICIANS Gabrial Clenar Gerardo Scaglione Marcelo Rebuffi Hugo Satorre PRODUCTION MANAGER/LIGHTING DESIGNER Matt Cawrse SOUND DESIGNER Daniel McKay COMPANY MANAGER Toni Rudov PRODUCERS HVK Productions Pty Ltd 2/157 Toorak Road South Yarra 3141 Australia Mailing address: PO Box 9109 South Yarra Post Office 3141 Australia Telephone: +61 3 9820-5477 Fax: +61 3 9820-5833 Email: Pia@akaaustralia.com.au www.tango-fire.com filmed and edited by Oliver Neubert Popfilm Zürich / Switzerland www.abaku.net
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GM Rodriguez's La Cumparsita performed by Tomasz Pacynski La Cumparsita GM Rodriguez'a wykonana przez Tomasza Pacyńskiego. The song was originally a Uruguayan carnival march whose melody was composed in early 1916 by an architecture student in Montevideo, an 18-year-old man named Gerardo Hernán "Becho" Matos Rodríguez, the son of Montevideo's Moulin Rouge nightclub proprietor Emilio Matos. On 8 February 1916, Matos Rodríguez had his friend Manuel Barca show orchestra leader Roberto Firpo the music in the cafe called La Giralda. Firpo looked at the music and quickly determined that he could make it into a tango. As presented to him it had two sections; Firpo added a third part taken from his own little-known tangos "La gaucha Manuela" and "Curda completa", and also used a portion of the song "Miserere" by Giuseppe Verdi from the opera Il trovatore. Years later, Firpo reported the historic moment as follows: "In 1916 I was playing in the café La Giralda in Montevideo, when one day a man was accompanied by about fifteen boys—all students—to say he brought a carnival march song and they wanted me to review it because they thought it could be a tango. They wanted me to revise and tweak the score that night because it was needed by a boy named Matos Rodríguez. In the 2/4 [march time signature] score there appeared a little [useful melody] in the first half and in the second half there was nothing. I got a piano and I remembered my two tangos composed in 1906 that had not ...
Proyecto Musical "Tango Fire" Musical project "Tango Fire" Tema Musical: "La Cumparsita" Musical Theme: "La Cumparsita" Web Oficial: www.tango-fire.com Official Website: www.tango-fire.com
la cumparsita, coreografìa del espectaculo cronicas de tango y ficcion, foro del cna en mexico. produccion de tango blanco del aguila y luz y sombra
- Tango's Most Famous Song The cafe 'La Giralda' in Montevideo, Uruguay, occupies a special place in Tango history. It was there in the year 1917 that a young Gerardo Matos Rodriguez gave (anonymously) the music score of a tango, in 4/8, he had written to the orchestra of Roberto Firpo to play for the first time. Gerardo was then an adolescent (17 years old) who was barely making it as a student in the faculty of Architecture in Montevideo. Was it modesty? shyness? fear of ridicule? who knows why he wanted to remain anonymous? Firpo only knew that the name of the young composer was Gerardo. It was only later that the full identity of the author was known. He was young, educated, well mannered and sensible. He was also a bit naive. He sold for 20 pesos his rights of authorship to the Breyer publishing house. After some moderate success the composition was forgotten. Seven years later, in 1924, Gerardo was living in Paris and he met Francisco Canaro who had just arrived with his orchestra. That's when he found out that La Cumparsita was a major hit. The tango lyricists Enrique Maroni and Pascual Contursi had added words to the tango and renamed it 'Si Supieras'--If you knew. All of Buenos Aires was hearing, dancing, and demanding to buy the score for the tango that was seemingly everywhere in shows, recordings, and broadcasts. Shortly after, La Cumparsita arrived in Paris where, in the full grip of the roaring 20's, people danced charlestons, shimmys, one-steps, bostons ...
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Argentine tango concert final improvisation in XIII International Accordion Festival in Vilnius, 2010. Dancers: Irmantas Bacelis ("Vilnius Tango Club") & Brigita Urbietyte ("InDance") Musicians - ensemble "4tango" (Vilnius, Lithuania)
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