How significant is D’Arienzo’s career? Tremendously. Without him, the tango we know and love would be completely different; it would probably be a music genre to listen to rather than to dance to, so we might all have to look for something else to do with our free time. No more Saturday night milonga…

Throughout his long and successful career, D’Arienzo had a massive impact on history, both musically and socially. Nothing less.

“Tanda of the week” compiled beautiful tandas from D’Arienzo – a playful, highly energetic way to get in the mood for this weekend milongas.

Juan D’Arienzo with Armando Laborde y Alberto Echagüe

Discover and listen to the tanda
1. Juan D’Arienzo / Armando Laborde – “Color cielo” 1944
2. Juan D’Arienzo / Alberto Echagüe – “Después”
3. Juan D’Arienzo / Armando Laborde – “Si supiera que la extraño” 1945
4. Juan D’Arienzo / Alberto Echagüe – “No nos veremos nunca” 1944

Classics fom 1936

Discover and listen to the tanda
1. “El flete” 1936
2. “Don Juan” 1936
3. “Ataniche” 1936
4. “La guitarrita” 1936

1947-1950 instrumentals

Discover and listen to the tanda
1. “La maleva” 1949
2. “La catrera” 1949
3. “Contra luz” 1947
4. “El Marne” 1950

See you soon on the dancefloor!

Abrazo, Nati y Bruno
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