Workshops


Wir sind dieses Jahr mit dabei beim Kemptener Tanzherbst.

So, 15.10., 15-16:30 Uhr Tango Argentino (Einsteiger/Mittelstufe)
So, 15.10., 17-18:30 Uhr Tango Vals (Mittelstufe/Fortgeschrittene)

Im Anschluss an die Workshops legt Gustavo als TDJ auf! Außerdem gibt es auf der Milonga Live-Musik von "Tango Inpetto"


Tango Luna

Neuer Block ab 15.9.17

Workshop für Anfänger und Mittelstufe

Anmeldung bei Tango Luna

Wir bieten wieder einen Workshop Milonga und einen für Tango an. 

Termine sind:

15.9./29.9./13.10. jeweils 19:00 und 20:45 Uhr

 


Musikalitätsworkshop von Cosae Mandinga am So. 22.10. in Bad Tölz

von 18-21 Uhr

Albert-Schäffenackerstr. 6

Kosten pro Person 25€ (3 Std)


Danach gerne noch ein wenig weitertanzen;-)

      

Workshop III - "Styles and fundamental forms in tango music" 

Length: 180min

How much can we say about the different styles in tango? When does one begin and the other one end?
How do orchestras influence each other and which are their main differences?
This is an invitation to discover a “concious listening”, from little to bigger we will approach historic paradigma changes in how we dance and play tango.  From little changes in the instrumental forms that bring new colours to old classics up to enormous harmonic innovations that radically changed the face of tango history.
How does all this influence our dancing? Which resources can we use to make a difference? Which examples do we know of each era?
 
First Part:
One song, many interpretations
 
Listening to different versions of the same song will help us learn how orchestras develop their own kind of language and how to organize our dancing having this in mind.
D’arienzo’s way, DiSarli’s way, Pugliese’s way, they all differ but nevertheless they also share a huge amount of information.
 
Some of the examples we will revisit:
Corrientes y esmeralda : Darienzo, Pugliese, Angel Vargas, and live music by Cosae Mandinga
Derecho viejo:  Darienzo, Fresedo, and the live music version of Cosae Mandinga.
Arrabal Amargo: Gardel, Fresedo, Cosae Mandinga
 
Second part:
Contracantos – “counter melodies”(Our dear Carlos DiSarli)
What is a “contracanto” and how does it work? Moments of the song in which they appear.
We will discover that “contracantos” are a persistent resource inside Carlos DiSarli’s music, the usage that the maestro gives to them and how do they live among the original melodies, the sum of all the melodic elements.
 
Some of the examples used in this part are:
A la gran muñeca, comme il faut, Bahia Blanca

Foto Hintergrund: Tom Hirschmann, Joachim Beck, Kirsten Luna Sonnemann