DDPs Favorite Tandas:
D'Arienzo, Vals

D’Arienzo: Early Instrumental Valses

Pabellón de las rosas (1935)
Visión celeste (1936)
Corazón de artista (1936)
Valsecito criollo (1937)
[audio http://poesiadegotan.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/pabellc3b3n-de-las-rosas-visic3b3n-celeste-corazc3b3n-de-artista-valsecito-criollo.mp3]

In the late 1930s, D’Arienzo recorded many very fun instrumental valses. I could have chosen the classics, like “Amor y celos” and “Lágrimas y sonrisas,” but I’ve chosen to go with slightly more offbeat, though by no means, unknown selections. Enjoy!


About Derrick Del Pilar

Born and raised in Chicago, I came to the tango while studying at the Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires in 2006. In 2008 I earned my B.A. with majors in Creative Writing and Spanish & Portuguese from the University of Arizona, and in 2009 I earned an M.A. in Latin American Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. My specialty is the history & literature of early 20th century Argentina.


2 thoughts on “D’Arienzo: Early Instrumental Valses

  1. Another possible option with this combination would be with ‘Amor Y Celo’. Regards!

    Posted by Barry G | 14.08.2012, 5:01 am
  2. thanks thanks alot for your wonderful vals.i ahve been longing for it longtime already.please would you sent me agin
    like this?if would not mind!you guys are the first WEb i ever had.thanks again and keep going like this.


    Posted by lawrence | 15.12.2011, 7:31 am

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