Mong-Lan & Enrique Santillan | Perfumas de Amor: De Argentina y Viet Nam (Tango por Siempre)

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Perfumas de Amor: De Argentina y Viet Nam (Tango por Siempre)

by Mong-Lan & Enrique Santillan

The sensual, melancholic and sublime tango: Mong-Lan, Vietnamese-born artist, interprets the tango with deep feeling, accompanied by Argentine virtuoso guitarist Enrique Santillan, together forming a captivating and memorable duo.
Genre: Latin: Tango
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1. La Ultima Curda
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2. Naranjo en Flor
3:16 $0.99
3. Romance de Barrio
2:28 $0.99
4. En Esta Tarde Gris
4:23 $0.99
5. Malena
2:11 $0.99
6. Milonga Sentimental
2:27 $0.99
7. Sur
3:22 $0.99
8. Nostalgias
3:50 $0.99
9. Gallo Ciego
Enrique Santillan
3:30 $0.99
10. Nada
3:18 $0.99
11. La Cumparsita
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“Perfumas de Amor: de Argentina y Viet Nam, Tango por Siempre.” From the four corners of the earth, the tango is sensual, melancholic, and sublime. Mong-Lan, Vietnamese-born artist, singer and musician, with remarkable dexterity and talent, interprets the tango with deep feeling as if she were a porteña, from Buenos Aires. With Enrique Santillan, Argentine virtuoso guitarist accompanying her, they form a captivating and memorable duo. Mong-Lan & Enrique Santillan, tango in concert.

For international tango artist Mong-Lan, her love affair with tango began over twenty years ago, beginning with the dance. Along with her family, she had left her native Viet Nam on the last day of the evacuation of Sai Gon. Mong-Lan’s musical education began when she was a child, studying the violin for several years. For many years as an adolescent, she studied classical piano with various private teachers. Later, living in Buenos Aires from 2009, she studied opera singing with various well-known sopranos, and at the same time, studied tango singing with tango singers and musicians. With regard to playing tango and technique on the guitar, she has studied with several private teachers in Buenos Aires, to include Enrique Santillan. She also lived for a time in New Orleans, listening to the jazz played in the music houses, on the streets and in the bars. Mong-Lan sings in five languages, composes music and writes songs. Her nine albums of jazz piano and tangos also showcase her poetry. She has performed nationally and internationally for cultural organizations, on college campuses, in cabarets and clubs. Former Stegner Fellow at Stanford University and Fulbright Scholar, Mong-Lan is also an award-winning poet and writer, and professional tango dancer and teacher. Visit:

El Maestro Enrique Santillan’s life as a musician began as a child. Born in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, he descended from musical parents and grandparents, who were founders of Argentine folkloric music, from the northern city of Santiago del Estero. From a very young age, as was the tradition in his family, his father taught him the guitar and music. Later, he studied music in the conservatory in Buenos Aires, and as a young man, started his career as a guitarist. He dedicated his life for more than twenty years in Christian music, playing in the orchestras of Evangelical churches. In addition, he has formed several trios, playing first guitar in the bolero style. Over the many years, he has taken part in numerous recordings. Around 2008, he began his career as a tango musician in Buenos Aires. He is also a Christian theologian and preacher.



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