South American Traditions Tango. Argentina: The Best of Argentine Tango and Folk Music. Carlos Gardel, Alfredo Le Pera.
Released: Genre: Folk, World, & Country.
Porteno o estanciero, whether from the sophisticated Buenos Aires or the ranches of patagonia, this album offers the musical variety that IS Argentina. Zambas of the countryside or tangos; classical selections (Caminito by Placido Domingo), a beautiful a capela quartet and the religious El Senior Juan Sebastian or the ballad voice of Mercedes Sosa; instrumentals or vocals; all on one CD. When hosting a party for friends visiting from Argentina, this is always on the player. When lonesome for my "segundo pais," this carries me back.
Argentina music is best known for tango, but this large country is also the home to many other types of music, dance and singing styles of which most popular is folk music. Traditional music of Argentina is incredibly diverse, and its various forms easily reflect regional, cultural and climatic characteristics and influences of both domestic and foreign styles. The arrival of tango put the Argentina on the cultural map of the world, and since the early 1900s, this dance became one of the most popular Latin dances worldwide. During those years, numerous Argentinian music artists tried to openly defy the will of the government and their censorship measures by performing the banned songs, which in some cases led to the reprisals by government forces.
Argentina is the home of many famous music artists, and to get a true taste of Argentine culture, you should become familiar with the music. It helps you learn about Argentina, Argentines, and it will certainly help you improve your Spanish! Buenos Aires is a great place to see some of these famous artists live, so you should keep an eye out for who is playing while you’re here. I have broken down each section into types of music, and have included some of the best and most popular groups for Argentine Rock, Reggae, Ska, and Folk. Tango is also important in Buenos Aires, but I will touch on this in another section. He became hugely popular in Argentina, releasing various hit songs, and at one point, started uploading his own music for free downloads for fans. Recommended Album: Honestidad Brutal Recommended Song: Te Quiero Igual.
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Argentina has its very own brand of music, influenced by the country's history and spiced with its love for tango. Here are our top picks for classic Argentine songs: 1. El Día Que Me Quieras – Carlos Gardel. This is one of the most famous songs in the history of tango. There are some great Argentine rock banks and Soda Stereo is arguably the best of them. The lyrics are short and relatively simple, although you might spend some time trying to work out what Ella durmió al calor de las masas, y yo desperté queriendo soñarla" really means. 6. Rosa Rosa – Sandro. Another classic tango song here, Caminito has been sung by many artists throughout the decades. While tango might not be your cup of tea, if you're in Buenos Aires trying to learn Spanish you might as well give the dancing a go. 8. La Felicidad – Palito Ortega.
Argentine Folk Dance. Argentina has a patchwork of traditional dances covering its large territory. Among the many different types of Argentine folk music, the most well known in Buenos Aires are probably chacarera, chamame and zamba -not to be confused with the Brazilian samba. Many other regional dances include el gato, yaraví, palotiro, bailecito, el escondid, pericón, carnavalito, malamba, cuecas, chaya, payada, and chamarrita.
|1||Los Ejes de Mi Carreta Romildo Risso / Atahualpa Yupanqui||3:15|
|2||Volver Carlos Gardel / Alfredo Le Pera||Tango||3:47|
|3||Chacarera de Santiago||2:23|
|4||La Cumparsita Pascual Contursi / Enrique Pedro Maroni / Gerardo Hernán Matos Rodriguez||Tango||2:51|
|5||Llora, Llora, Corazon Public Domain||Vals||3:18|
|6||Caminito Juan de Dios Filiberto / Gabino Coria Peñaloza||Tango||2:50|
|8||Mano a Mano Carlos Gardel||Tango||3:15|
|10||Padre Nuestro Enrique Delfino||Tango||2:54|
|11||No Soy de Aqui, Ni Soy de Alla Facundo Cabral||7:12|
Performer: Various Artists
Title: Argentina: The Best of Argentine Tango and Folk Music
Style: South American Traditions,Tango
Size MP3: 1740 mb
Size FLAC: 1293 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
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