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Carlos Gardel

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Carlos Gardel

French Argentine singer, songwriter, composer and actor, and the most prominent figure in the history of tango add

Category: Music

Born in 1890.

Countries: United States (38%), France (25%), (13%)

Main connections: Tito Puente, Selena, Vanderbilt University

Linked to: University of Belgrano, Vanderbilt University

 

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Carlos Gardel was born in 1890 add something

 

Scholars such as Vanderbilt University history professor Simon Collier, University of Belgrano agriculture history professor Osvaldo Barsky and Uruguayan history professor Jorge Ruffinelli from Stanford University write about how Gardel was born in Toulouse, France, in 1890, and how he laid a false trail about his birthplace beginning in 1920, when he was almost 30 add something


1893

In early 1893 in Bordeaux, France, mother and son boarded the ship SS "Don Pedro" and sailed to Buenos Aires, arriving on 11 March 1893 add something


1917

Gardel created the "tango-canción" in 1917 with his rendition of Pascual Contursi and Samuel Castriota's "Mi Noche Triste" add something


1920

After 1920, Gardel gave contradictory stories about his birthplace add something

 

He met del Valle in late 1920, when he was performing at the Esmeralda Theater in Buenos Aires add something


1923

On 7 March 1923 he applied for citizenship in Argentina add something


1928

He sold 70,000 records in the first three months of a 1928 visit to Paris add something


1930

Around 1930 the relationship began to degrade add something


1932

Terig Tucci - Prominent recording label RCA Victor named Tucci executive producer of their lucrative Latin American music unit in 1932, and in 1934, he performed with fellow countryman Carlos Gardel during the renowned tango vocalist's Paramount Pictures contract


1935

António Lobo Antunes wrote a novel entitled "The Death of Carlos Gardel", in which one of the characters believes that Gardel did not die in the plane crash in 1935 add something


Carlos Gardel died in 1935 add something

 

In the June 1935 issue of "Caretas" magazine of Antioquia, Colombia, Gardel was reported as saying, "My heart is Argentinian, but my soul is Uruguayan, because that is where I was born" add something

 

Gardel died on 24 June 1935 in an airplane crash in Medellín, Colombia add something

 

Tango music - The later age of tango has been dominated by Ástor Piazzolla, whose "Adiós nonino" became the most influential work of tango since Carlos Gardel's "El día que me quieras" was released in 1935


1937

On 14 April 1937, the government of Uruguay declared Berthe Gardes to be Gardel's sole heir add something


1939

In the 1939 biopic "The Life of Carlos Gardel", he is portrayed by Hugo del Carril add something


1950

Edmundo Rivero - Guitar-only formations were used by countryside milonga artists, early tango singers, and even Carlos Gardel in his youth, but Rivero's 1950s recordings, during a period of total dominance by big orchestras, was a bold statement, which forever cemented his identification with the silent masculinity of the countryside, as opposed to the emphasis that "urban" tango put on stories of lost love


1980

She was always respectful of the memory of Gardel, even when interviewed about him in late life for a 1980s television program add something


1999

An earlier Carlos Gardel Museum opened in 1999 in Valle Edén, an old farm site south of Tacuarembó, Uruguay add something


2003

In the neighborhood of Abasto, Buenos Aires, Gardel's childhood home, the Carlos Gardel Museum opened in 2003 add something

 

"Doble o Nada" starring Dario Grandinetti and Aitana Sánchez-Gijón was released by Maverick in April 2003 add something


2004

In 2004, Uruguay produced a Gardel stamp calling him the "immortal Tacuaremboan" add something


2007

Jerry Rivera - In 2007, he released "Caribe Gardel", a tribute to Argentine singer, Carlos Gardel with Gardel's "Cuesta Abajo" being one the major salsa hits of the year


2011

On March 16, 2011, the United States Postal Service issued a set of five "Latin Music Legends" stamps including one picturing Carlos Gardel add something

 

Carmen Miranda - In 2011, along with Selena, Celia Cruz, Carlos Gardel and Tito Puente, Carmen Miranda was immortalized by the U.S. Postal Service in the series of Postage stamp: Latin Music Legends

 

Selena - On March 16, 2011, the United States Post Office released a "Latin Legends" memorial stamp to honor Selena, Carlos Gardel, Tito_Puente, Celia Cruz, and Carmen Miranda


2012

This was confirmed in 2012 with the location of his birth certificate add something


2015

The film has a release date of July 31, 2015 add something


2017

The film is projected to be released in 2017 add something