Copyright © 2013 by Goldcoast Ballroom, Inc.Argentine tango is now a hugely popular dance in the U.S. and throughout the world.
This dance is performed to music of 4/4 timing, that is characterized by a melancholy and nostalgic feeling, expressed both in the lyrics and in the music.
The music for this dance typically includes the somewhat whiny and uniquely Argentine instrument, the bandoneón.
The Tango originated in Buenos Aires at the ending of the 19th century. It has spread internationally, and grown widely in popularity.
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Carlos Barrionuevo and Mayte Valdes – May 12, 2012 – at La Milonga de Nora
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At Goldcoast Ballroom, we teach group classes and our instructors give private lessons in Argentine Tango, as well as all of the International Standard, American Smooth, International Latin, and American Rhythm dances, plus most all of the Other Social Dances described and explained on our Resources: Learn About Dance page.
We also play music for all of the dances at our Social Dances, Practice Sessions, and Parties.
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