Where people listen. Buenos Aires, AR25 LISTENERS; Taipei, TW24 LISTENERS; Santiago, CL24 LISTENERS; Mexico City, MX17 LISTENERS; Istanbul, TR Alberto López Buchardo. Real name: López Buchardo, Ramón Alberto. Pianist and composer. (21 August – 28 May ). Place of birth: Buenos Aires. Find Carlos López-Buchardo bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic.
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Entre bucyardo fuegos Tango. But he committed a juvenile sin: Alberto, instead, was inclined to a high level bohemia, with memorable stays in Paris.
López Buchardo, Carlos 1881-1948
He composed several tangos. It is possible that he had not yet composed the best of them all: In the caricature of the cover of the published sheetmusic, he is painted holding a roll in his left hand on which we can read some of his compositions: In he was already in Paris, after having quit his studies in the school of medicine. He found an exultant city and it cast a spell on him.
He was about to study painting and was beginning to get in touch with different artists.
At the workshop of a renowned painter he met Georgette Leroy whom he later married. When years later tango began to be known in the city, he was one of its main instigators.
Along with other Argentines he taught tango dancing and he played on piano the first melodies that were arriving. olpez
He buchwrdo to show business impresarios the idea of opening venues in a complete Argentine style, from meals to music. A photograph shown by the lady gives us an idea of the figure of the musician. On it he is seen with tight trousers, shoes and shirt, all in white.
Blue waistcoat and jacket of the same color, black tie, a gold chain going from a pocket to a central buttonhole.
Carlos López Buchardo – Concerts, Biography & News – BBC Music
He wore a hat, also white, tilted backwards, which allowed us to see the beginning of a curly hair parted in the middle. In one of his hands he had a lit cigarette, in the other, a pair of gloves.
This is, scarcely, an approach to someone who is completely forgotten for tango.
One of the many boys, sons of wealthy parents, who spent their crazy juvenile days in that bohemian environment and, unknowingly, were ambassadors and promoters of the music that represent us as a nation.