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Tango : the rhythm and movement of Buenos Aires / with photographs by Jim Zimmermann, Paula Oudmann and Oriana Eliçabe.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: EarBooksPublication details: Hamburg : Edel Classics, 2005.Description: Ca. 120 s. : ill., colour photos + 4 sound discsISBN:
  • 3937406158
  • 9783937406152
Subject(s): Other classification:
  • Rcbb
Summary: Containing a book and 4 CDs, this illustrated book is about Tango, the resonance of passion and melancholy expressed in movement. When it was born, cultures mingled in Argentina and Uruguay and musical styles were mixed capturing the sounds, beats and sizzling encounters and inviting the listener to dance into the heart of South America.
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Book Book Biblioteket Brinellvägen Rcb Zimmermann 1 Available AUTOBARCODE-1825
Total holds: 0

Contains a book and 4 CDs. Tango is smouldering intimacy - the resonance of passion and melancholy expressed in movement. When Tango was born in the middle of the 19th century, cultures mingled in Argentina and Uruguay and musical styles were mixed. Since then, it has been embraced by people all over the world. The vivid photography in this book captures the sounds, beats and sizzling encounters so typical for this internationally popular music. "Tango" classics on four CDs paired with beautiful images invite the listener to dance into the heart of South America.

Containing a book and 4 CDs, this illustrated book is about Tango, the resonance of passion and melancholy expressed in movement. When it was born, cultures mingled in Argentina and Uruguay and musical styles were mixed capturing the sounds, beats and sizzling encounters and inviting the listener to dance into the heart of South America.

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