Every Tuesday, we’ll publish a different tanda on our blog, to get you inspired for the week. Expect some humming or little twitches from your foot – better not fight it.
This week is a tango tanda by Aníbal Troilo. Troilo was an Argentine bandoneon player, composer, arranger and bandleader, born in 1914. His orchestra was very popular with dancers during the golden age of tango, although he changed to a concert sound by the late 1950s.
Troilo’s orchestra is best known for its rhythmic instrumentals, which together with his recordings with vocalist Francisco Fiorentino can still be heard in all milongas around the world.
He’s unique, playful, light-hearted and plain fun. Who? Bruno Tombari of course!
Milongueando en el 40
See you soon on the dancefloor!
Nati y Bruno