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Cambalache (Southern Cone Spanish for bazaar or "junkshop") is an Argentine slang-language tango song written in 1934 by Enrique Santos Discépolo for the movie The Soul of the Accordion, released the following year.[1] It is explicitly critical of 20th-century corruption and, having been written during the Infamous Decade, was banned by a succession of dictatorial governments before censorship was relaxed under General Juan Peron.[2]

The first ten notes of the song are heard when Emperor Austin denies Tasha's teaset in High Tea, the 20th episode of the Nick Jr. show The Backyardigans.

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References

  1. ^ Pujol S. Enrique Santos Discépolo Archived 2017-06-28 at the Wayback Machine at todotango.com
  2. ^ Cambalache at planet-tango.com

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