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The old tango was once young


By Edgardo Ritacco

In this article, that reinforces the idea of tango as a young expression per se, the author approaches it chronologically through out the befall of the tango in Argentina, its causes, its chances and misfortunes, also naming some of the most representative personalities in this music.

 
From The Rin to the Arrabal: The lost Fueyes

By Natalia Lifchitz

The bandoneón and the tango are almost inseparable, an ideal couple, two faces of the same coin. From the songs dedicated to the instrument to the opinion of experts, it is unquestionable the inveterate ligature that has been established starting with the approach of the "fueye" (bellows, slang for bandoneón), between it and the music that cradled it, incorporating it immediately.

 
Samuel Linning

By Guillermo Anad

Samuel Guillermo Eduardo Linning was born in a house on Queguay Street, in Montevideo, July 12th 1888 and died in Adrogué (Bs.As.) the 16th of October 1925. His father was Belgium and his mother was Spanish...

 

 


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Books

In this interview to the dancer Mauricio Castro, the journalist approaches the very own characteristics of tango, such as the dance. This can be found in the recent released book "Tango, The structure of the dance, the key to it’s secrets revealed".

 



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