Juan Cambareri

Publicado: Sábado, 21 agosto, 2010 de normagomeztomasi en English

Fingering amazing bandoneonist nicknamed him “The Wizard of the bandoneon.
His record production began in 1944 to seal Pampa and then for the Music Hall.
Born in Carmen de Patagones (Province of Buenos Aires) on April 15, 1916.
He was a child when he dazzled the bandoneon played a sailor and his father should buy this instrument because of his insistence. He made his debut at age 8.
In 1931 joined the orchestra of Carlos Di Sarli and a year later went to the quartet of Roberto Firpo that definitely influenced his conception of tango.
He also played with Francisco Canaro.
He formed his own quartet in 1944 to prevail in his music mode Firpo.
Debuted in Japan in 1969 and then toured France, Italy, Spain, Venezuela, Colombia, etc..
He recorded 78 albums and then 12 LP.
He died on February 18, 1992 at his home in Floresta quartier of the Buenos Aires city
It has 200 compositions including:
• Para cortes y quebradas
• En la tranquera
• Patio de antaño
• Dime que me olvidas
• Música clásica
Excerpted from an article published in the newspaper “Crónica” by Roberto Selles

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