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A teacher of the School of Popular Music in Avellaneda, together with his students, is digitizing around 500 original handwritten arrangements that are kept from Aníbal "Pichuco" Troilo... See more »

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Ernesto Baffa ...
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Jorge Carcavallo ...
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Javier Cohen ...
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Juan Carlos Cuacci ...
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Horacio Ferrer ...
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Marcelo Guaita ...
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Julian Peralta ...
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Pipi Piazzolla ...
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Osvaldo Piro ...
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Luis Salinas ...
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Gabriel Soria ...
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Antonio Tarrago Ros ...
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Francisco Torné ...
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Nelly Vázquez ...
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Martín Turnes

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Alberto Romero ... ()
 
Martín Turnes ... ()

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Virginia Lauricella ... producer
Mariana Luconi ... producer

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Aníbal Troilo

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Santiago Bonavera

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Alejandro Rath
Martín Turnes

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Pablo Córdoba ... sound

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Santiago Bonavera ... camera operator
Augusto De Antoni ... camera operator
Alejandro Rath ... camera operator
Martín Turnes ... camera operator

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Plot Summary

A teacher of the School of Popular Music in Avellaneda, together with his students, is digitizing around 500 original handwritten arrangements that are kept from Aníbal "Pichuco" Troilo orchesta. Through interviews to musicians from different generations and styles, this documentary makes a musical tour through The work of one the most fundamental characters in the history of Tango and Argentine music. Written by xavi-stark

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  • Pichuco (Argentina)
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  • 82 min
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