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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2011-02-09: Romantic Tango and Musette with Tanguisette!

February 14, 2011
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Ten years ago we aired episode 217 of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly hour-long Accordion Noir program, featuring (by which I mean entirely built around) a live visit by the local ensemble Tanguisette.  Our website has been around long enough that we actually already had a page devoted to this episode, but I’ve refurbished it somewhat to help celebrate the tenth anniversary of the airing of this program.  At its original online home, it achieved some 6616 listens, but you can continue enjoying it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2011-02-09, Romantic Tango and Musette with Tanguisette

* Artist – Song – Album (year) – Where are they from? – Contact info if we’ve got it.
* Tanguisette – “Accordion Noir” Theme Song (composed by Andy Fielding)
* Tanguisette – Sous Les Ponts de Paris (composed by Vincent Scotto
* Tanguisette – Mademoiselle de Paris (by Paul Durand in 1948)
* Edith Piaf – La Vie en Rose – Café de Paris (1946)
* Tanguisette – La Vie en Rose
* Tanguisette – Detresse (composed by Astor Piazzolla)
* Tanguisette – Romantico Idolio (Sans ta presence) Piazzolla
* Tanguisette – Rossa Rio (Piazzola)
* Tanguisette – Dernier Lamento
• Milonga del Angel – Astor Piazzolla and his Quinteo Nuevo Tango
* Tanguisette – Autumn Leaves

Contact Tanguisette for gigs, romantic interludes, dates, etc: http://www.tanguisette.com/

And for the cover image? Tanguisette, with François Laberge, accordion, Heidi Kurz on Flute, and Tkui Sedefci on keys. (and Rowan and Bruce mugging up the picture.)
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