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Anibal Troilo’s Typical Orchestra

Autor: Isidro Aguirree


MUSICIANS THAT INTEGRATED THE BAND.

Originally Aníbal Troilo, Juan Miguel (Toto) Rodríguez and Roberto Gianitelli on bandoneons; Reynaldo Nichele (later replaced by Hugo Baralis), José Stilman and Pedro Sapochniken violins; Orlando Goñi on piano and Juan Fasio on the bass. The singer was Francisco Fiorentino.

Chronological order of the members1:

1938/1939. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Juan Miguel (Toto) Rodríguez and Eduardo Marino; violins: Hugo Baralis, David Díaz, Pedro Sapochnik and Reynaldo Nichele; piano Orlando Goñi and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1940/1942. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Juan Miguel (Toto) Rodríguez, Eduardo Marino, Marcos Troilo and Astor Piazzolla; violins: Hugo Baralis, David Díaz, Pedro Sapochnik and Reynaldo Nichele; piano Orlando Goñi and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1943/1944. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Juan Miguel (Toto) Rodríguez, Eduardo Marino, Marcos Troilo and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Pedro Sapochnik and Reynaldo Nichele; cello Alfredo Citro; Piano José Basso and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1 http://www.todotango.com/historias/cronica/444/Orquesta-Tipica-Anibal-Troilo/

1945/1946. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Juan Miguel (Toto) Rodríguez, Eduardo Marino, Marcos Troilo and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero and Reynaldo Nichele; cello Alfredo Citro; Piano José Basso and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1947/1948. Bandoneons: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Marcos Troilo and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero and Reynaldo Nichele; cello Alfredo Citro; piano Carlos Figari and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1949/1950. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero and Reynaldo Nichele; viola Simón Zlotnik; cello Alfredo Citro; piano Carlos Figari and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1951/1953. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero and Reynaldo Nichele; viola Cayetano Giana; cellos Alfredo Citro; piano Carlos Figari and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

On the 24th of April of 1953 “El patio de la morocha” was released, a traditional musical piece in which Troilo displayed a numerous orchestra, made up by: bandoneons Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; piano Carlos Figari; bass Kicho Diaz and Rafael Ferro; violins Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero, Reynaldo Nichele, Luis Guerriero, Carmelo Cavallaro, Armando Ziella and Nito Farace; violas Cayetano Giana, Víctor Casagrande and Raúl Terrés; cellos Alfredo Citro and Adriano Fanelli; harp Valentina Filipini; flute Domingo Rulio; clarinet Atilio Guerra; oboe Pedro C. Herz; fagot Umberto Lunghi; trumpets Francisco Alonso and Salvador Chinicci; horn Francisco Donatucci; trombone Roque Di Falco and percussion Manuel Dopazo.

1954. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero and Reynaldo Nichele; viola Cayetano Giana; cellos Alfredo Citro; piano Osvaldo Manzi y contrabajo Kicho Díaz.

1955/1956. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Nicolás Albero y Carmelo Cavallaro; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Manzi and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1957. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti y Carmelo Cavallaro; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1958. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti and Carlos Piccione; viola Francisco Sanmartino; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri and Kicho Díaz on the bass.

1959. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Alberto García; violines: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti y Carlos Piccione; viola Francisco Sanmartino; cello José Bragato; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri and Alcides Rossi on the bass.

1960. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Ernesto Baffa and Alberto García; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti y Carlos Piccione; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri and Alcides Rossi on the bass.

1961. Bandoneones: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Ernesto Baffa and Raúl Garello; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti y Carlos Piccione; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri and Alcides Rossi on the bass.

1962. Bandoneons: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Ernesto Baffa and Raúl Garello; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti and Carlos Piccione; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Adriano Fanelli; piano Osvaldo Berlingieri, replaced for 45 days by Atilio Stampone and bass Rafael del Bagno.

1963. For the recording of the album “Troilo for export – volume 1”, the orchestra was composed by the bandoneons of Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Eduardo Marino, Ernesto Baffa and Raúl Garello; violins: Juan Alzina, David Díaz, José Votti, Carlos Piccione, Alberto del Bagno, Fernando Suárez Paz, Antonio Blanco and Aquiles Aguilar; violas: de Cayetano Giana and Abel San Martín; cello: Adriano Fanelli; piano: Osvaldo Berlingieri and Rafael del Bagno on the bass.

From this year onward, Aníbal Troilo chooses where to make his presentations and the musicians are called on for every occasion. The following 10 years don´t present big changes, on October 1968, piano player Osvaldo Berlingieri, is replaced by José Colángelo and Ernesto Baffa is replaced by Fernando Tell.

In 1972 Raúl Garello absents himself for 6 months, leaving the orchestra with only four bandoneons.

1973/1974. Performance on channel 7 open TV. The orchestra was made up by bandoneon players Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Abelardo Alfonsín, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Raúl Garello; violin players Juan Alzina, David Díaz, Claudio Gonzalez, Nito Farace and Alberto del Bagno; viola Cayetano Giana; cello Miguel Ariz; piano José Colángelo and bass Rafael del Bagno.

1975. From April 3rd until Aníbal Troilo´s death, the show “Simplemente Pichuco”, written by Horacio Ferrer, was displayed in the Teatro Odeón. On this occasion, the orchestra was composed by bandoneons: Aníbal Troilo, Domingo Mattio, Abelardo Alfonsín, Eduardo Marino, Fernando Tell and Raúl Garello; violins: David Díaz, Hugo Baralis, Claudio Gonzalez, Nito Farace, Alberto del Bagno, Emilio González, Aquiles Aguilar and Francisco Oréfice; viola: Simón Slotnik; cello: Miguel Ariz; piano: José Colángelo; guitar: Aníbal Arias and on the bass: Rafael del Bagno.



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