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Marcelo Solis and Mimi Mehaouchi dancing Argentine Tango at a class.

Argentine Tango class for beginners 1: walking, change of weight and musicality.

Alberto Amor. Argentine music at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires.

“Flor de Montserrat” by Rodolfo Biagi y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Amor in vocals, 1945.

“Flor de Montserrat” by Rodolfo Biagi y su Orquesta Típica with Alberto Amor in vocals, 1945.

Alberto Amor, Argentine Tango singer.

Alberto Amor

Singer and lyricist (25 January 1917 – 1999)

He was a great singer not only because of his interpretive quality but also for his personal voice and phrasing.

His best period was when he sang with Rodolfo Biagi, an orchestra that had its followers but which was not among the most acclaimed.

However, by listening to his recordings, we can appraise his baritone range with tenor-like overtones and the balance with which he collocated his voice that, despite its strength, achieved a gentle and delicate result.

He was a great singer that we shall go on enjoying by means of his magnificent recordings.

Read more about Alberto Amor at www.todotango.com

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"Milonguero viejo", Argentine Tango music sheet cover.

“Milonguero viejo” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica, 1944.

“Milonguero viejo” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica, 1944.

Carlos Di Sarli

Pianist, leader and composer (7 January 1903 – 12 January 1960)

In his orchestral scheme there were not instrumental solos, the bandoneon section sang at times the melody, but it had an essentially rhythmic and danceable role.

He was a talented pianist, maybe one of the most important, who conducted his orchestra from his instrument, with which he mastered the synchrony and the performance of the outfit.

Only the violin was showcased in an extremely delicate way, on a brief solo or on a counter melody.

“Milonguero viejo (Fresedo)”, the tango he dedicated to Fresedo, his referent and admired friend, is curiously the paradoxical lapsus that portrays his own musical model.

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Jorge Kero, milonguero from Buenos Aires.

Adela Galeazzi y Jorge Kero dance milonga Morena

Marcelo Solis and Mimi dancing Argentine Tango at a class.

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home 5

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home 5

Tango is a way to make life a work of art.

Tango is a way of life, a way of being in the world, a way of being in relation to others.

It is a way of being in relation to yourself.

It is an attitude.

It is a way of making sense of the world.

It is a way of making sense of your life.

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