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Milongueando en Berlín

by Tango Real

Tango Argentino in a classical sexteto outfit with two bandoneons - Tango Real present new arrangements of classicos from the golden era of Tango Argentino.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. 9 de Julio
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2. El Pollo Ricardo
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3. Mala Junta
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4. Papas Calientes
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5. Canaro en Paris
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6. Cuando llora La Milonga
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7. Romantica
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8. Recuerdo
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9. Amurado
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10. A Fuego Lento
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11. Ojos Negros
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12. Nostalgico
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13. Milonguita
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14. El Andariego
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15. Taquito Militar
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was put together in 1994 as "Orquesta Tipica de Berlin" by the bandoneon player Paul Raackow, pianist Robert Schmidt and double-bass player Michael Benter. As one of the few real tango orchestras outside Argentina, and with its very own style, the sextet's two bandoneons, two violins, piano and double-bass was a throw back to the orchestral tradition of the instrumental tango music from Rio de la Plata in Buenos Aires. However, famed orchestras at the height of the tango heyday, such as those of Osvaldo Pugliese or Annibal Troilo, were also a source of inspiration and orientation for TANGO REAL - in the 1940s tango was primarily an urban dance music performed by the most talented of musicians.

TANGO REAL`s arrangements combine the essence of Tango Argentino - the pulse, the sorrow and its emotional intensity together with the musicians` personal expressions. For Tango Real, meeting and playing together with such well-known tango musicians as Rodolfo Mederos or Nestor Marconi is just as important as the communication with the audience, whether at tango balls, concert halls or major tango festivals.


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Green Narwal

Tango A++
Bravo~ Bravo~ Bravo~ and Bravo~


With this music I imagine I'm dining in some elegant Buenos Aires restaurant, and the best tango dancers are performing for us! Bravo!


Great tango music for dancing or just listening.
All these tracks are great for dancing and are interesting different. I've used it for dinner music/entertaining background music and played a track at my ballroom dance.