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Argentine Tango - Will Kennedy And His Stereo Orchestra* - Enjoy An Hour In Stereoland (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Dec 19,  · The saga of ''Tango Argentino'' began in with Hector Orezzoli and Claudio Segovia, two Argentine set designers who shared a passion for the tango .
  2. Endre – argentine tango dancer, instructor. His passion is tango, lived in Argentina for more than 9 months, speaks 5 languages including spanish and loves blogging. With his dance partner, Andrea Serban, they are the founders and teachers at the Tango .
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Jo Basile, His Accordion And Orchestra* - Argentine Tangos at Discogs. Complete your Jo Basile, His Accordion And Orchestra* collection/5(11).
  4. Tango is a style of ballroom dance music in 2/4 or 4/4 time that originated among European immigrant populations of Argentina and Uruguay (collectively, the "Rioplatenses"). It is traditionally played by a sextet, known as the orquesta típica, which includes two violins, piano, double bass, and twobandoneóabseatnotosinamigleaketingsucbows.coinfor forms of this ensemble sometimes included flute, .
  5. Juan D’Arienzo () was an Argentine tango musician also known as “El Rey del Compás” (Rhythm King). According to one source, D’Arienzo was performing at the Chantecler when he introduced a piano to the orchestra, thereby returning to a two-four sequence, the recognized fast beat of the primitive tangos.
  6. Eje — (pronounced ay-hay) Axis or balance. See Postura.. Elevadas — Dancing without keeping the feet on the floor. This was the style before the turn of century when tangowas danced on dirt surfaces in the patios of tenements, low-class taverns, and on the cobble stone streets. Once tango went uptown enough to actually be danced on floors (wood, tile, or marble) the dancers fell in love.
  7. Jul 31,  · Argentina Tango history and styles. Origins of tango. History of Argentine Tango. When talking about the history of the Tango, the reader should consider that although their were many ‘influences’ in the creation and life of the Tango, it is very important not to assume that it was some form of linear development.
  8. "Tango violin" is not necessarily a style of playing you hear bandied about very often. But then again, neither is Urban Tango Trio, appearing Sunday at the Kennedy .

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