You may not recognize the title, but you are almost certain to be familiar with the famous melodies of this stately Latin classic. Full of audience appeal!
El Pollo Ricardo was written in 1911 by Luis Alberto Fernandez, a young man from Uruguay who was a policeman by day and a tango musician at night. The title refers to a tango dancer friend of his...
Published in Italy in 1974, this arrangement retains all the excitement of what is already considered a modern tango classic.
Mi Dolor ("Sorrow") is one of the most famous songs to come from Argentina. Almost every tango orquesta had their own version - like bands doing covers of Beatles songs today. The lyrics tell of...
This upbeat party-time piece could open or close a concert perfectly. Every section gets a soli and there is an optional section for improvisation. Everyone will be singing the melody on the road trip...
Written in the traditional tango style, this work gives each section a chance to shine with many opportunities for stylistic playing. Students will develop bow control to sustain phrases and practice going...
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