Daniel Viglietti

Daniel Alberto Viglietti Indart

Also known as D. Viglietti, Daniel Vigletti, Viglietti

Discography of Daniel Viglietti:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Canciones Para Mi America 15 Audio 1976 I Dischi Dello Zodiaco
2 Uruguay - Tear Down The Fences! ¡A Desalambrar! 24 Audio 1973 Paredon
3 Uruguay - Tear Down The Fences! ¡A Desalambrar! 27 Audio 1976 Pläne
4 Tropicos 10 Audio 1973 Orfeo
5 Nuestra Bandera 2 Audio 1969 Orfeo
6 Duerme Negrito / A Una Paloma 2 Audio 1970 Orfeo
7 Hombres De Nuestra Tierra - Ciclo De Canciones Uruguayas 10 Audio 1964 Antar (2)
8 Tropicos 10 Audio 1974
9 Tropicos 10 Audio 1994
10 Canto Libre 12 Audio 1970 Orfeo
11 Tropicos 10 Audio 1976 Le Chant Du Monde
12 Canciones Para Mi America 14 Audio 1973 Le Chant Du Monde
13 Canciones Para El Hombre Nuevo 13 Audio 1968 Orfeo
14 Canciones Chuecas 12 Audio 1971 Orfeo
15 Un Hombre Se Levanta / Pobre Del Cantor 2 Audio Areito


Daniel Viglietti (b. July 24th, 1939, Montevideo) is an Uruguayan folk singer, guitarist, composer, and political activist. He is one of the main exponents of Uruguayan popular song and also of the Nueva Canción or "New Song" of the 1960s and early 1970s.

He founded, in 1971, along with other musicians like José “Pepe” Guerra, Braulio López, Coriún Aharonián (the only founding member who is still active), and others the recognized independent record label Ayuí/[l53006] in order to promote and support valuable Uruguayan musical expressions.

He has performed the works of Cuban Nueva Trova stars Silvio Rodríguez and Pablo Milanés and Brazil's Chico Buarque and Edu Lobo, among others. His recordings are widely available, especially "Trópicos" (1972).

Discography:

* Canciones folklóricas y 6 impresiones para canto y guitarra (Antar. 1960)

* Hombres de nuestra tierra (with narrator Juan Capagorry. Antar. 1964)

* Canciones para el hombre nuevo (Orfeo. 1968)

* Canto libre (Orfeo. 1970)

* Canciones chuecas (Orfeo8. 1971)

* Trópicos (Orfeo. 1973)

* En vivo (Le Chant du Monde. 1978)

* Trabajo de hormiga (Music Hall. 1984)

* Por ellos canto (Orfeo. 1984)

* A dos voces. Vol 1 (with [a521298]. Orfeo. 1985)

* A dos voces. Vol 2 (with [a521298]. Orfeo. 1987)

* Esdrújulo (Orfeo, 1993)

* A dos voces volúmenes 1 y 2 (with [a521298]. Orfeo. 1994)

* Devenir (Ayuí / Tacuabé, 2004)

* Nuestra bandera / Esta canción nombra (Orfeo)


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