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Carlos Gardel Forum
Experts and aficionados
discuss Gardel in an open forum. This is the most active Gardel forum in the world (in
Spanish). Unfortunately, the forum mostly discusses Gardel's
origins. Anonymous postings permit all sorts of undesirable
elements to enter the forum and start topics which have nothing to
do with Gardel. Very dissapointing.
and Tango Museums:
house-museum opened its doors to public on March 6, 2003.
this site dedicated to the Abasto house Gardel bought for his
mother and where they lived from 1927-1933.
Museo de la Casa del
Teatro, Buenos Aires. Carlos Gardel Room exhibits
personal papers, photographs, letters and clothing that belonged to
the unforgettable singer, donated by the wife of his manager, Armando
Defino. Address: Av. Santa Fe 1243, Retiro., Bs. Aires. Ph.
4813-5906/3941. Thursday from 4 to 6:30 PM. Free. FYI, Museo
S.A.D.A.I.C. has on display one of the guitars that belonged to
Gardel and Razzano.
La Casa Museo Gardeliana: Medellin, Colombia
museums in Buenos Aires dedicated to Gardel and Tango
to Gardel by other singers:
La obra de escultor argentino Ernesto Bertedor.
Carlos Gardel promoviendo Gomina Argentina. Madrid 1931.
of Gardel by Jose
Serrudo (you can use it as a wallpaper)
Gardel Caricature by Valdivia - 1933
revista Sintonia de julio de 1933 donde se explica el motivo
histórico que inspiró al tango Silencio. Favor notar el
origen de Gardel.
Gardel Comic Strips by Valdivia and Linage
- 1933 and 1935
caricature of Gardel by H. Sábat
Gardel statue, 2.2m high, in Río Cuarto - Córdoba. By
sculptor Reinaldo Baduna.
Gardel Ad for Yerba Armiño
- Montevideo, Uruguay, Oct. 6, 1933
and Evita (Peron) by Ernesto Bertedor
Carlos Gardel era enano,
"para gozar de risa". (Gardel was a midget. A satirical page
poking fun at Gardel's origins).
1930 music sheet of Carlos Gardel's song MAÑANITA DE SOL
MEDRANO 1946 calendar portraying Tango and
people listening to Gardel's music
Beautiful scenes capturing the times and the customs of the
people of Argentina
in Buenos Aires, please visit: Abasto:
Gardel's district, the
last house Gardel lived in,
cemetery where Gardel is buried with his mother, Corrientes
Boca district, Tango Museum (Museo del Tango), San Telmo district
(Barrio de San Telmo) and National Tango Academy (Academia
Nacional del Tango)
Telephone Directory, might come in handy