sábado, 18 de julio de 2009

·"40 Grandes Éxitos Vol. 1" - Osvaldo Pugliese y su orquesta

Osvaldo Pedro Pugliese (Buenos Aires, December 2, 1905 - July 25, 1995) was an Argentine tango musician. He developed dramatic arrangements that retained strong elements of the walking beat of salon tango but also heralded the development of concert-style tango music. Some of his music is used for theatrical dance performances. In Buenos Aires, Pugliese is often played later in the evening when the dancers want to dance more slowly, impressionistically and intimately. Pugliese is a great choice for slower tango dance music, but the arrangements can be a bit more rhythmically challenging than those played by other orchestras. 'Recuerdo' (1944) and 'La yumba' (1946) are two of Pugliese's most popular tangos. Pugliese was outspoken in his political opinions. His communist sympathies, though never violent, at times earned him the hostility of those in power. Populist President Juan Perón is said to have had labor union heavies once intimidate Pugliese by locking him in a sinking boat, rescuing him at the last minute; though the alleged 1949 incident has never been proven (Pugliese, likewise, seldom spoke of it publicly), the day Pres. Perón awarded the great pianist the Order of May (Argentina's highest civilian award), he embraced Pugliese, saying: "Thank you, maestro, for forgiving."


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01- Muchachos Comienza La Ronda
02- El Arranque
03- Farol
04- La Abandoné y No Sabía
05- Tierra Querida
06- Consejo De Oro
07- Tortazos
08- Adiós Bardi
09- Nada Más Que Un Corazón
10- El Sueño Del Pibe
11- Amurado
12- Corrientes y Esmeralda
13- Mala Pinta
14- Silbar De Boyero
15- Cafetín
16- Recuerdo
17- Galleguita
18- Yo Te Bendigo
19- Príncipe
20- El Monito

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