Knowledge Identifier: +Carlos_Gardel
Born in 1890.
Countries: United States (38%), France (25%), (13%)
Linked to: University of Belgrano, Vanderbilt University
On 7 March 1923 he applied for citizenship in Argentina
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
On 14 April 1937, the government of Uruguay declared Berthe Gardes to be Gardel's sole heir
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
An earlier Carlos Gardel Museum opened in 1999 in Valle Edén, an old farm site south of Tacuarembó, Uruguay
In the neighborhood of Abasto, Buenos Aires, Gardel's childhood home, the Carlos Gardel Museum opened in 2003
In 2004, Uruguay produced a Gardel stamp calling him the "immortal Tacuaremboan"
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