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Women in Tango

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Sergio Mastro

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In today’s episode we talked about women. Women as a genre and as source of inspiration of so many beautiful pieces of art made with music. Tango, as we know, is music created a hundred + years ago, when the societies were different. The role of women was different too and there are also common places which defined women in the poetry of tango from 1880s until these days.

There were, at all times, women who have occupied the place of an inspiration muse. At the same time, art succeeds in creating a kind of woman that sometimes becomes the paradigm of her time, like Grisel, who we dedicated an episode, Maria, Griseta, Solede, Malena, Ivonne and so many others.


Mariposita – Roberto Goyeneche with Pontier

A la gran muñeca – Carlos Di Sarli

Muneca Brava – Adriana Varela

Grisel – Mariano Mores

Mano a Mano – Carlos Gardel

El Motivo – Astor Piazzolla

Margot – Julio Sosa

Malena – Osvaldo Pugliese

Duelo Criollo – Nelly Omar