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Les Luthiers Complete Collection Online Streaming Guide

  • Les Luthiers: Mastropiero que nunca

    20 maj 1979

    ‘Mastropiero que nunca’ was a theatrical humour/music show by Les Luthiers, first performed on Friday 9 September 1977 and last done on Sunday 27 February 1983 (although it was headlining only during 1977 and 1978). It consisted of nine new (never performed previously) live numbers, which ranged from a madrigal to a salsa skit. PROGRAM: 1. Jingle Bass-Pipe (Obertura); 2. La Bella y Graciosa Moza Marchose a Lavar la Ropa; 3. El Asesino Misterioso; 4. Visita a la Universidad de Wildstone; 5. Kathy, la Rrina del Saloon; 6. El Beso de Ariadna; 7. Lazy Daisy; 8. Sonatas para Latín y Piano; 9. Payada de la vaca; 10. Cantata del Adelantado Don Rodrigo Díaz de Carreras, de sus Hazañas en Tierras de Indias, de los Singulares Acontecimientos en que se vió Envuelto, y de cómo se Desenvolvió; 11. El explicado. Two new instruments were introduced during this show: the ‘Calephone da Casa’ and the ‘Shoephone’.

  • Les Luthiers: Hacen muchas gracias de nada

    24 oktober 1980

    ‘Muchas Gracias de Nada’, is a show premiered on June 15, 1979 at the Coliseo Theater in the City of Buenos Aires by the Argentinean ensemble of informal instruments, Les Luthiers. Recorded live between October 24th and 25th, 1980 at the same theater. PROGRAM: 1. La Campana Suonerá; 2. El Rey Enamorado; 3. Sinfonía Interrumpida; 4. La Tanda; 5. Canción para Moverse; 6. La Gallina Dijo Eureka; 7. Trío Op. 115; 8. Cartas de Color; 9. Tango Op. 11. In this show ‘Antenor’ made its first appearance, an advanced robot (for the time it was built - 1979) that weighed 80 kilos and was equipped with several motors that allowed it to move around the stage, turn its head, etc. The robot caught fire during the last performance of this play (Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico - 1980) in the middle of the stage and before the astonished gaze of all those who were there.

  • Les Luthiers: Grandes hitos

    29 mars 1995

    Les Luthiers is a comedy-musical group from Argentina, very popular also in several other Spanish-speaking countries such as Paraguay, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. They were formed in 1967 by Gerardo Masana, during the height of a period of very intense Choral Music activity in Argentina’s state universities.

  • Les Luthiers: Bromato de armonio

    27 juni 1998

    Premiered on June 13, 1996 at the Astengo Theater, in Rosario, Argentina and last performance on December 3, 2002, at the Sports Pavilion, in León, Spain, ‘Bromato De Armonio’ was a show made by the Argentinian comedy-musical group Les Luthiers. The show itself was showcased all around Latin America between 1996 and 2001. PROGRAM: 1. Para Elizabeth (sonata a la carta); 2. La Princesa Caprichosa (pequeña serenata para grandes instrumentos); 3. La Vida es Hermosa (disuacidio); 4. La Hija de Escipión (fragmento de ópera); 5. La Redención del Vampiro (hematopeya); 6. Educación Sexual Moderna (cántico enclausturado); 7. ¿Quién Mató a Tom McCoffee? (música en serie); 8. La Comisión (himnovaciones); 9. Perdónala (bolérolo)
    The ‘Campanófono a martillo’ and the ‘Cornetas de Asiento’ were premiered on this show. Recorded live at the Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on June the 27th, 1998.

  • Les Luthiers: Unen Canto con Humor

    30 januari 1999

    Premiered on June 9, 1994 at the Astengo Theater, in Rosario, Argentina. Last performance on January 31, 1999, at the Auditorium Theater, in Mar del Plata, Argentina. PROGRAM: 1 - El regreso del indio 2 - Manuel Darío 3 - Así hablaba Sali Baba 4 - El negro quiere bailar 5 - San Ictícola de los peces 6 - A la playa con Mariana 7 - Perdónala 8 - Fronteras de la ciencia 9 - Vote a Ortega
    Instruments premiered on this show: Bajo Barríltono Ferrocalíope. Recorded at the Auditorium Theater, Mar del Plata, Argentina, January 30, 1999.

  • Les Luthiers: El grosso concerto

    9 december 2001

    El Grosso Concerto, opus 58, fue un espectáculo del conjunto de instrumentos informales Les Luthiers en compañía de la Camerata Bariloche. El título, El Grosso Concerto, es en realidad una variación del título de una obra incluida en el espectáculo: el Concerto grosso alla rústica (un verdadero concerto grosso barroco, al estilo de Vivaldi). Esta obra fue compuesta por el compositor ficticio Johann Sebastian Mastropiero, inspirado en un poema del “famoso” poeta ficticio Torcuato Gémini. El título de la obra no tiene nada que ver con la forma musical de que se trata (el concerto grosso barroco), sino a la dedicatoria que le hizo Gemini a una regordeta y tosca doncella del altiplano argentino, a la que iba dedicado el poema. Dicha dedicatoria decía así: “Con certo sentimento d´amore, alla signorina grossa e rústica”.

  • Les Luthiers: Las Obras de Ayer

    24 maj 2002

    Les Luthiers is a comedy-musical group from Argentina, very popular also in several other Spanish-speaking countries such as Paraguay, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Spain, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. They were formed in 1967 by Gerardo Masana, during the height of a period of very intense Choral Music activity in Argentina’s state universities.

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