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Fernando Marzan

Tango Buenos Aires: The Song O

Fernando Marzan Tango Buenos Aires The Song O
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Tango Buenos Aires’ 2014-2015 tour, the Song of Eva Perón, is the tale of this mythical ??gure put into traditional tango dance and music from Buenos Aires. One of the most alluring and exciting dance forms, the tango embodies sensuality, intrigue, and passion; perfect for portraying the epic life of Eva Perón.

 

Feel the heat as the dancers perform with raw intensity to the sublime ??ve-piece orchestra featuring the haunting and sensual sounds of the bandoneon, the traditional instrument of the Argentine Tango. With ??ying feet, slashing legs and swirling spins, couples move in perfect coordination to the sexy, dramatic rhythms of the tango. The hot, heady atmosphere of the dance will leave you breathless.

 

In addition to Tango Maestro Fernando Marzan’s original compositions, the album includes all time favorites such as La Cumparsita (Gerardo Matos Rodríguez) or Adiós Nonino (Astor Piazzolla)

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