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  1. Mar 28,  · If you are just getting into Tango, this list will help you become familiar with some of the most famous Tango songs in plemevwhobaforbuddwardingnipkobuto.coinfo "El Dia Que Me Quieras" and "El Choclo" to "Caminito" and "La Cumparsita," the following is an essential selection of classic Tango plemevwhobaforbuddwardingnipkobuto.coinfog: Hugo Aisemberg.
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  3. In Hugo Aisemberg released his solo album "Solo Tango", featuring a very special and personal selection of Tango pieces, from Enrique Delfino to Astor Piazzolla, from bis /5(1).
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  6. Album · · 20 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Sign In Classical Tango Argentino Trio Hugo Diaz Raíces · Preview SONG TIME Mi noche triste. 1. PREVIEW Silbando. 2. PREVIEW Griseta. 3. PREVIEW More by Trio Hugo Diaz. Tango Argentino Tango Argentino - El Motivo.
  7. In Hugo Aisemberg released his solo album "Solo Tango", featuring a very special and personal selection of Tango pieces, from Enrique Delfino to Astor Piazzolla, from bis Missing: Grillito.
  8. UUUY QUE LISTADO DE ALBUMNES CD DE ARTISTAS DEL GENERO "TANGO" cantan Hugo Marcel / Néstor Fabián / Mario Ponce de León / Enrique Lucero y Carlos Acuña. Flor del valle – Mas solo que nunca. 2) Después – Percal - A bailar – Cuando tallan los recuerdos – .
  9. The Hugo Diaz Trio consisted of the late Hugo Diaz on bandoneon (kind of a big button-accordion), Miguel Angel Ledesma on piano, and Horacio Cabarcos on bass. This is a minimum ensemble, but their sound is full, largely due to the full and rich sound production of Diaz and the robust playing of Ledesma. Cabarcos has a nice tone, especially when he uses the bow, but he is best-heard on headphones.

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