Café de los Maestros

By: Gabriela Aizcorbe - Published: Jun 27, 2008 • References: gabrielaaizcorbe.blogspot
Gustavo Santaolalla created Café de los Maestros as a project to show the world the beauty of tango. The documentary serves as a tribute to the surviving glories of this genre, highlighting the musicians, singers, authors and composers who gave life to the music that originated in in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Montevideo, Uruguay.

Mariano Mores, Leopoldo Federico, Ernesto Baffa, Atilio Stampone, Emilio Balcarce Jose Libertella, Virginia Luque, Alberto Podesta, Lagrima Rios and Horacio Salgán collaborate to teach us once again that all you can do to understand tango is to feel it. Stats for Tango Documentaries Trending: Older & Mild
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