KUNM-1 Regular Coverage

Tango

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Sat. 4/29, 4:15p: Singer Sofía Tosello bridges the music grounded in the deep mediterranean Argentina and the New York global music scene. She has recently released Lluvia fueher fourth album, with a particular repertoire of tangos: from the ´30s to contemporary compositions, arranged by Latin Grammy awarded Fernando Otero.

Facundo Lazzari / Photo:Carlos Adrian / www.lajuandarienzo.com

  Sat. 3/16, 4:15p: Today, on CORAZÓN TANGUERO show, we´ll host a live interview with La Juan D´Arienzo Director Facundo Lazzari and members of the Buenos Aires based tango orchestra hosted by Cristina Baccin. They are performing at the ABQ-Tango-Fest (March 13-17, First United Methodist Church, Albuquerque, NM, USA) organized by Q-Tango band. 

Borges & Piazzolla: Two Icons Of Argentinian Culture

Jul 8, 2018
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Sat. 7/7, 4:15p: Celebramos la independencia de Argentina en clave de tango compartiendo dos grandes argentinos: Astor Piazzolla (1933-1992) y Jorge Luis Borges (1899 – 1986), uno de los más importantes escritores argentinos y de Latinoamérica. Escucharemos escritos de Borges musicalizados en clave de tango y milonga. // We´ll celebrate Argentinian Independence Day (July 9th, 1816) with a unique collaboration between two key figures of Argentinian culture: Astor Piazzolla and the great writer Jorge Luis Borges.

Interview With Italian Tango Duo Bandini-Chiacchiaretta

Jun 13, 2018
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Sat. 6/16, 4:15p: Guitarist Giampaolo Bandini, recognized as best Italian guitarrist by the magazine GuitArt in 2003, is among the best guitarists in the world. 

Bandoneonista Cesare Chiacchiaretta  brings the breath of tango by playing the bandoneon with abandon. These virtuouso musicians, Bandini and Chiacchiaretta, founded their tango duo in 2002.  They  toured  the world opening the heart of tango with the beats of Piazzolla… 

Art: Age of Blue Memory by Josh Goldberg

Sat. 4/7, 4:15p: Carla Kountoupes´ violin makes you feel the breeze of Buenos Aires Autumn as Astor Piazzolla imagined; Oscar Macchioni´s piano captivates the playful mistery of Primavera Porteña, and the cello in Andrew Nickles´ hands intensifies the essential complicity for a piece like "Compadre".

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Lorena Guillén Tango Ensemble - https://www.lorenaguillen.com

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2017 Photo by Michael Blase / Facebook : Rodolfo Marcelo Zanetti Vía

Corazón Tanguero, Recorded Live Sat. 2/3, 4:15 p: Just like wine, tango can refresh as well as age, it dies and is reborn with each new generation adding its distinctive flavor.  Rodolfo Zanetti brings forth both the new and the old from every corner of his bandoneón: the ancestral from his Mendocino  homelands to the refreshing morning chill of the Andean highlands.

Disegno di Stefano Borgia del Casale

Sat. 20/1, 4:15p: From Perugia (Italy), an interview with Prof. Alberto Bustos hosted by Cristina Baccin about his composition,  “Misa Tango” (Tango Mass), that presents the Catholic Mass through all the tango genres. It´s a courageous combination of prayer and the sensuality of tango's deeply rooted forbidden past –especially by the Argentinian Catholic Church-, with its origins in the brothels on the outskirts of Buenos Aires.

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Sat. 6/17, 4:15pm:Papá, viejo, papi, pai, babbo, taita, tatay, padre... We celebrate Father´s Day in CORAZÓN TANGUERO with compositions that honor their memories and love beginning by iconic Piazzolla´s composition "Adiós nonino". // Celebramos a los padres en su día, con composiciones que recuerdan al papá o "mi viejo", comenzando con el icónico tango compuesto por Piazzolla a su padre: "Adiós nonino".

Art: "Vos sos mi sangre, mi viejo" by Patricia Berman ("Fileteado porteño" artist, Buenos Aires)

Sat. 6/3, 4:15p: We honor the Centennial of “La Cumparsita”, the iconic tango composed in 1917 by Uruguayan pianist, composer and journalist Gerardo Matos Rodríguez. Declared by UNESCO as part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, “La Cumparsita” is considered the “anthem” of the tango history. We´ll play the song in different versions, from vintage to Golden Age and contemporary orchestras, hosted by Cristina Baccin

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Sat. 5/6, 4:15p: With a classical tango formation, Bataraz Quintet led by Lisandro Baum, goes back and forth through folk music and tango. With their own compositions, this young band brings more layers to tango´s rural origins and  changes the intensity of its urban rythm.

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Sat. 4/15, 4:15p: Angels and devils were Astor Piazzolla´s favorite muses for his compositions. Inspired by the Argentinian composer and musician, Austin Piazzolla Quintet´s founder, James Anderson discusses in this interview with host Cristina Baccin their just released 4th album that intertwines their own compositions along their performances of angels and devils songs by Piazzolla. James Anderson talks about the challenges and freedom that tango brings to their performances. 

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Sat. 3/4 and 3/18, 4:15p: Uruguay is tango's roots. Uruguayan female tango musicians bring to the Río de La Plata regional music a unique and essential lyric and rhythms grounded in Montevideo's barrios. Commemorating International Women´s day, we´ll listen to the voices and compositions of Uruguay's new talents such as: Malena Muyala, Maia Castro, Valeria Lima and Francis Andreu.

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