By Ricardo García Blaya
The connection with death is inherent to the origins of our city music. The wars in the second half of the nineteenth century, the ethnic and religious persecutions and famine were all forms of violen
By Claudio España
She was daughter of a Spaniard, Francisco “Paco” Moreno (in fact, Juan Viñolas) who, by the end of the nineteenth century, moved to Mexico looking for a better fate. Then her father managed to run a h
By Osvaldo Firpo/Horacio Ferrer
He was a much requested percussionist. And we must also add that percussion also exists in the tango tradition. The drums appeared in the tango groups in the second decade of the twentieth century.
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By Roberto Selles
At the contest for theater plays that the Teatro Nacional organized in 1909, the play "El Caburé" written by Roberto Lino Cayol with music by Arturo De Bassi was awarded the second prize. The first aw
By José Pedro Aresi / Alberto Rasore
Osvaldo Pugliese used to say about him: «He has his tango essence at skin level» and, in fact, the maestro was quite right.
Emilio Juan Sitano, this is his true family name, was born and brought up