Ioana Sandu – “Jealousy tango”

Jalousie ‘Tango Tzigane’ or simply ‘Jalousie’ is a tango written by Danish composer Jacob Gade in 1925 which soon became popular around the world and is today a classic in the modern songbook. The work consists of two themes – the first “a temperamental theme in D minor”, followed by a “lyrical section in D major”, both with a typical tango rhythm. Vera Bloom later wrote English lyrics, the song being re-titled with voice as the simple English translation “Jealousy”. In addition to Bloom’s, lyrics in many languages have been fitted to the composition. Here’s a Romanian version of the tango sung in Romanian language by Ioana Sandu who also written the lyrics under the Romanian title of “Tango al geloziei”, modernly arranged and mastered by Francisc Reiter, included in her forthcoming album “Iubire dulce, nu pleca!” (“Sweet Love, Don’t Go Away”) which is to be officially launched on May 11, 2017, under the label of Eurostar.

Ioana Sandu, originally from Câmpina, a beautiful town in central Romania, is a true preserver of authentic old music, one of the best voices of present days who distinguishes herself by her artistic attire, charismatic stage presence and a remarkable vocal technique that recommend this unforgettable performer widely known as Ioana Sandu to be always present in any event of our life because her deepest desire is to send emotions through her songs.

For further information about Ioana Sandu, follow the links belows:
Official Website: http://ioanasandu.ro/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ioana-Sandu-174055239294930/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ReiterFrancisc/
Apple Store: https://goo.gl/4t5xm2
Google Play Store: https://goo.gl/MJkYDi

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