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José Pedro Aresi
He was born in 1930 in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Almagro and in his cradle itself he was lulled by his mother with tangos and waltzes by Antonio Sureda. At age six, from a victrola manually played, he became familiar with the Carlos Gardel records. He grew up and lived his young years in Villa Luro, a few meters from the geographical boundaries with Liniers. There he was acquainted with the tango music aired through the radio and which floated along the streets of his neighborhood. He learnt to dance tango music with the complicity of the corner of the street. In his sketches he tries to bring an intimate feeling linked to his beloved Buenos Aires.
Colaboraciones:
en Los Creadores:
Baltar, Amelita
Ferrari, Oscar
Guida, Adrián
Quiroga, Roberto
Solís, Alba
Valdez, Jorge
Yiso, Reinaldo
in The Stories:
Alberto Castillo, the singer of the milongueros (Tango is a high quality dance) The Dance
Intimate celebration of the end of the year by the Mesa del Café Chronicles
Dinner with the friends of the café on July 15, 2008 N/A
Dinner on Todo Tango’s Day, May 19, 2003 Chronicles
The Glostora Tango Club Chronicles
Between mates and tangos with Roberto Mancini Interviews
Interview to Emilio Balcarce Interviews
Gardel, hard times and its memory Carlos Gardel in Carlos Gardel section
The Vitrolera Chronicles
The lyrics of the tango piece "Shusheta" and its inspiration Tangos and legends
Interview to Tito Reyes, "a singer of street corners" Interviews