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Site declared of National Interest. Toggle navigation. Absurdo Vals. Al pie de tu reja Vals. Amores de estudiante Vals. Bajo un cielo de estrellas Vals. El aeroplano Vals. El viejo vals Vals. Flor de lino Vals. Gota de lluvia Vals. La flor de la canela Vals peruano. La serenata de ayer Vals. La vieja serenata Vals.

Luna de arrabal Vals. Orillas del Plata Vals. Palomita blanca Vals. Pedacito de cielo Vals. Penas de amor Vals. Que nadie sepa mi sufrir Vals. Quejas del alma [b] Vals. Romance de barrio Vals. Rosas de abril Vals. Temblando Vals. Tu vieja ventana Vals. Un placer Vals. Agesilao Ferrazzano. Alberto Castillo. Anselmo Aieta. Antonio Sureda. Augusto Berto. Carlos Gardel. Carlos Vicente Geroni Flores.

Chabuca Granda. Domingo Julio Vivas. Eduardo Arolas. Enrique Francini. Enrique Maciel. Francisco Canaro. Francisco Fiorentino.

Gerardo Metallo. Guillermo Barbieri. Horacio Pettorossi. Ignacio Corsini. Juan Maglio. Miguel Padula. Osmar Maderna. Pascual De Gullo. Pedro Datta. Rafael Rossi. Roberto Firpo. Roberto Goyeneche. Rodolfo Biagi. Rosita Melo. Vicente Romeo. Certainly it becomes popular in the nineteenth century, takes its definitive name and we find it in operas and ballets. The great classical masters delved into the genre creating true musical gems. This musical form has different characteristics according to the region where it is danced and so we can distinguish: the German waltz; the Russian waltz, with a beat more stressed than the former; the Viennese or Austrian waltz, called two-time waltz according to its choreography; the American waltz named Boston and many others more.

In Latin America it also has different features according to each country: the Mexican waltz or vals ranchero; the Peruvian waltz, with shorter steps; the vals criollo that when it developed became what some people call tango waltz because of its orchestration in the tango aggregations, and so we can mention several other examples.

By the European waltz is danced in Buenos Aires and in Montevideo, especially in the higher social classes, replacing the old dances and coexisting with other new forms: polkas, schottis and habaneras. When the people began to express themselves with this beat the vals criollo was born. At the beginning it was heard on the strings of the itinerant singers and was polished later with the contribution of the immigrants. One of the first recordings is by Francisco Canaro with his trio for the Atlanta label in Firpo recorded it in By the end of that year Corsini recorded it.

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