Carlos Gardel: the best singer of tango

  • born

    born
    born on December 11, 1890 in Toulouse (France)
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  • of Toulousea to Buenos Aires

    of Toulousea to Buenos Aires
    lived in Buenos Aires since 1893 in a tenement house on the street Uruguay 162.
  • his studies

    his studies
    studied at the Salesian School Pio IX of Buenos Aires where he was ward in 1901 and 1902. There was Ceferino roommate Namuncurá, Argentina blessed future.
  • her childhood as Buenos Aires

    her childhood as Buenos Aires
    Argentina was nationalized in 1923, Gardel Abasto grew up in the area between the neighborhoods and Balvanera Almagro in Buenos Aires when it worked the famous Abasto, central market for fruit and vegetables, whose art deco building is conserved and recycled become mall. At an early age he began to be recognized for her singing, and transcends his reputation as Morocho Abasto
  • the beginning

    the beginning
    The very early age to sing comiensa cm to 17 years.This payador José Betinotti would give him a new nickname would also popular, The Creole Thrush, and motivate to sing in the political center.
  • their 1 st job

    their 1 st job
    Gardel worked as a stagehand at the Victoria Theatre, where he listened to Spanish zarzuela Sagi Barba. In 1902 he moved to the Opera House, where he met the Italian baritone Titta Ruffo. In 1911 held a musical duel with 'The East' in the street José Razzano Old Guard of the Abasto neighborhood. In this duel did not win either: rather did the Gardel-Razzano duo, who worked together for fifteen years. Shortly after Gardel would record his first album, Columbia Records mark for the House Tagini.
  • their first melodies

    their first melodies
    Sos Mi Tirador Plateado - (1912) - Estilo - Primera canción grabada por Gardel, que repetirá dos veces mas. De Oscar Orozco, poeta sanducero.
    Brisas de la tarde (1912)
    Pobre mi madre querida (1912)
    Mi noche triste (1917)
    Flor de fango (1917)
    Isla de Flores - (1927) Letra de Roman Machado, Música de Arturo César Senez
    El Taita del Arrabal de José Padilla
    Tomo y obligo (1931)
    Silencio (1933)
    Melodía de arrabal (1933)
    Desdén (1933)
    Amores de estudiante (1934)
    Golondrinas (1934)
    Cuesta abajo (1934)
  • a falling

    a falling
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    Gardel was shot in 1915 during an altercation at the exit of the Palais de Glace (ballroom of the time in the Recoleta neighborhood.) Tacuarembó make his convalescence, [10] Pedro Etchegaray's stay. There he was reunited with his friend the Abasto "Cielito Traverso" son of the owner of the cafe Gardel, who had been banished when the penalty of imprisonment for killing a "good boy" in a fight, was commuted to banishment. "Cielito" was installed in the ballroom and
  • the trio

    the trio
    Gardel suggested to his friend Elias Alippi, which was responsible for staging the farce dog teeth José González Castillo and Alberto T. Weisbach on which he presented in a cabaret scene, to include in the implementation part of Mi noche triste. It was so at the farce, premiering April 20, 1918 at the Emerald Theatre (later known as Maipo theater) Roberto Firpo's orchestra accompanied Manolita Poli, an actress of 19 years, daughter of parents zarzueleros, singing the tango Castriota and Concursi
  • their first album

    their first album
    In 1920 he began recording for the National label Odeon (now EMI), owned by businessman Glucksman said, in the building Grand Splendid. [12] Some argue that in this place taught Glucksmann Gardel could do to give more power His voice on the recordings: standing behind a chair and taking his hands back, so he can expand his rib cage [12].
  • his first tour

    his first tour
    In 1923, already heavily involved in the tango, performed with the Company Razzano and Rivera-De Rosas, a tour that will take him to Uruguay, Brazil and Spain, debuted at the Apollo Theater in Madrid. By the mid 1920's singing duo separated, Razzano going to carry on business functions. Gardel returned to tour in Europe, where it acts in Spain (1925) and France (1928), and appeared in several films for Paramount. Florida Debut at Paris cabaret, with huge success and recorded several albums. In 1
  • travel to their country home

    travel to their country home
    traducción del español al inglés
    Back in Buenos Aires debut at the Empire Theatre, returning to travel to Spain where he appeared on the Main Palace in Barcelona and Teatro Avenida de Madrid. Then begins to record the short films that would make famous. Return to France in 1930 where he starred for the French Paramount film Luces de Buenos Aires. After a brief tour of Buenos Aires and Montevideo travel to Europe again, but without the guitar. Made tours of the Riviera, Italy, London, Paris, Vi
  • his last trip

    his last trip
    In 1933 he returned to Buenos Aires. His guitar was made ​​by Barbieri, Riverol, Vivas and Pettorossi, working in Montevideo and the interior of Argentina and Uruguay. On January 16, 1933 terminated the representation Gardel José Razzano. On October 20 appointed guardian and administrator of his estate to Armando Defino. Carlos Gardel with the actresses who played Peggy, Mary, Betty and Julie, while filming in New York Blondes in public 1934.Su never see him again: the November 7, 1933 goe
  • return, with withered face blanched snow my hundred time

    return, with withered face blanched snow my hundred time
    December 30. In 1934 he filmed "Cuesta abajo", "Mi Buenos Aires querido" and "Tango on Broadway" to the Paramount in New York. Back briefly to France, at the end of 1934 returns to act on NBC and film in the Paramount musical "Cazadores de estrellas " with Bing Crosby, Richard Tauber and Ray Noble and other major