Quinteto Real - Horaio Salgan-Enrique Mario Francini-Pedro Laurenz-Ubaldo De Lio-Kicho Diaz album flac
- Album: Horaio Salgan-Enrique Mario Francini-Pedro Laurenz-Ubaldo De Lio-Kicho Diaz
- FLAC: 1976 mb | MP3: 1892 mb
- Released: 1977
- Style: Tango
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 695
- Format: RA MP4 DMF MP1 FLAC WAV MOD
|A2||El Pollo Ricardo|
|A4||A la Gran Muñeca|
|A5||La Loca De Amor|
|A6||De Puro Guapo|
|B2||Tango Del Eco|
|B5||Gran Hotel Victoria|
Quinteto Real – Horaio Salgan-Enrique Mario Francini-Pedro Laurenz-Ubaldo De Lio-Kicho Diaz.
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Enrique Mario Francini (14 January 1916 in San Fernando – 27 August 1978 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine tango orchestra director, composer and violinist who played in various tango ensembles including the Orquesta Francini-Pontier and Ástor Piazzolla's Octeto Buenos Aires. The Octeto would pioneer nuevo tango and put Piazzolla on a collision course with the tango establishment. Next he formed the Quinteto Real with Horacio Salgán, Pedro Laurenz and Ubaldo de Lío and also set up an orchestra, Los Astros del Tango, with Elvino Vardaro to record tango compositions of the top tango composers of the time, with arrangements by Argentino Galván. Francini also participated in Los Violines de Oro del Tango, a tango ensemble, which like the previous one, consisted mainly of strings.
Enrique Kicho Díaz (Buenos Aires, 21 January 1918 – 5 October 1992) was an Argentine double bass tango musician who played in various ensembles including Aníbal Troilo’s orquesta típica, Astor Piazzolla’s first Quinteto and Conjunto 9 and finally Sexteto Mayor. Díaz, widely known by his nickname Kicho, was born in the city of Avellaneda in the Province of Buenos Aires, and had two older brothers, David, who became a tango violinist and José (aka Pepe) who became a tango double bass player. He began his musical career in 1935 when he joined a tango ensemble as double bass player. In 1962 he joined Quinteto Real with Horacio Salgán (piano), Ubaldo de Lío, Enrique Mario Francini (violin) and Pedro Laurenz (badoneon) and occasionally played with the orquestra of Mariano Mores. Later in 1976 he joined Sexteto Mayor with whom he played until his death in 1992. He was declared Tango Double Bass Player of the Century by the Legislature of Buenos Aires in 2000.
Enrique Mario Francini (14 January 1916 in San Fernando – 27 August 1978 in Buenos Aires ) was an Argentine tango orchestra director, composer and violinist who played in various tango ensembles including the Orquesta Francini-Pontier and Ástor Piazzolla's Octeto Buenos Aires. Orquesta Francini-Pontier was an Orquesta típica formed in 1945 in Argentina by the violinist Enrique Mario Francini and the bandoneonist Armando Pontier. Enrique Mario Francini Julio Sosa Orquesta típica Argentina Bandoneon. Conjunto 9 Astor Piazzolla María de Buenos Aires Enrique Mario Francini Buenos Aires. San Fernando de la Buena Vista. San FernandoSan Fernando, Buenos Aires.
Enrique Kicho Díaz was an Argentine double bass tango musician who played in various ensembles including Aníbal Troilo’s orquesta típica, Astor Piazzolla’s first Quinteto and Conjunto 9 and finally Sexteto Major. In 1968 Piazzolla put together an orchestra, including Díaz, to perform his operetta María de Buenos Aires, and between 1971 and 1972 Díaz played with Piazzolla’s Conjunto 9.
Salgán formed Quinteto Real in 1960 with Enrique Mario Francini, Rafael Ferro, and bandoneonist Pedro Laurenz, and they debuted with a self-titled record. In 1969, Horacio Salgán teamed up with pianist/composer Dante Amicarelli, recording Salgán-Amicarelli Dos Virtuosos Del Piano in 1970 and El Bósque Mágico in 1971. He joined a musical called Tango Argentino in 1983, and toured Argentina, Europe, and the .
Argentinean Quinteto Real was formed in 1960 by pianist Horacio Salgán and guitarist Ubaldo De Lío, who were joined by Enrique Mario Francini, Rafael Ferro, and bandoneonist Pedro Laurenz. The group recorded a self-titled debut album that same year, which was followed by Su Majestad El Tango. In 1964, these talented tango and milonga performers had the opportunity to perform in Japan, making a record called Quinteto Real en Japon. After they were joined by bandoneonist Leopoldo Federico and violinist Antonio Agri, the group changed its name to Nuevo Quinteto Real.
Horacio Salgán, piano; Enrique Francini, violin; Pedro Láurenz, bandoneón; Ubaldo De Lío, guitar; Rafael Ferro, double bass; This is one of the strongest small groups ever to play tango music. Vinyl Replica: Quinteto Real.
A Fuego Lento · Quinteto Real. 1960 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) . Piano, Composer: Horacio Salgán Bandoneon: Pedro Laurenz Guitar: Ubaldo De Lio Violin: Enrique Francini Bass: Rafael Ferro. Auto-generated by YouTube.