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Second part of the interview with Michael Lavocah about his book "Tango Masters: Juan D'Arienzo"

Second part of the interview with Michael Lavocah about his book "Tango Masters: Juan D'Arienzo"

The second part of an interview with Michael Lavocah, tango dancer, DJ, teacher and author, https://www.milongapress.com/ about his book "Tango Masters: Juan D'Arienzo". The presenter is Oliver Kruse-Dougherty and the programme was broadcast on 19-8-2019 on Radio Tango, https://www.facebook.com/RadioTango/ via Gouwestad Radio in Gouda, http://gouwestad.nl/.

Recordings with the orchestra of Juan D'Arienzo and the singers Alberto Echagüe, Héctor Mauré, Alberto Reynal and Armando Laborde from 1939 - 1944.

Comments

Tango Tails

Fantastic! Thanks for this wonderful and enlightening musical adventure in past history of one of Tango's great orchestras. Really enjoyed the hell out of it!

Charles Duncan

Great insights into this so-important orchestra. Thank you! A question though: I have two transfers of "Uno." The one you used seems fast to my ears compared to other orchestras. It's just 3:03 long (e.g. The History of Tango / El Rey del Compas / Recordings 1943 - 1946, Vol. 4).

BY comparison, the version from D'Arienzo 1941-1944, 78 rpm series is 15 sec longer and sounds much more reasonably paced to my ear and more similar in speed to other orchestras (Troilo, Fresedo, Canaro). I don't see that the song is available from TangoTunes.

Thoughts?

Syrsan
Syrsan

Excellent, interesting and very educational! :) :)

Leon Eakins

Excellent...as erudite as always