Volume 7 "Musicality in Argentine Tango" with internationally known Argentine Tango teacher, Alex Krebs, covers extensively what to listen for in tango music and how to interpret the music in the dance.
Alex has taught Argentine Tango since 1998 and has taught and performed in over 80 cities spanning 8 countries. Alex also plays the bandoneon and directs his tango sextet in Portland, Oregon, USA, and has recorded five tango albums.
- Over one hour of video with clear, detailed explanations in English
- Topics include dancing rhythmically, lyrically, pausing, breaks, phrasing, dancing literally vs. figuratively with the music and more
- Demonstration of musicality ideas with the bandoneon
- Easy to use interface for the iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch
- Everything you need, for all levels of dancing, to interpret the music better
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Ratings and Reviews
Finally, the music of tango
Wow! A master musician, master teacher, master tanguero, talking about the music. Alex Krebs is an inspiration. And Jenna is the tanguera every tanguero wants to do a tanda - or two - with. This should be on Google's Zeitgeist. Bravo!
Great for beginners and beyond.
There is an almost overwhelming amount of information here but so worth spending time on and worth way beyond the $14.99. It's labeled vol. 7 but I'd recommend it for beginners as well as for advanced dancers because tango without musicality is merely exercise, sort of like sex without love, though if your partner knows some good moves, tango without musicality can nevertheless be quite interesting.
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