Tango Musicality Class in Albuquerque, NM

The Tango Club of Albuquerque is hosting Mary on Tuesday, June 19 to teach a musicality workshop. The 1-hour class will take place at 7:30pm at the Lloyd Shaw Dance Center in Albuquerque, prior to the milonga:


This workshop, for dancers of all levels, will clarify fundamental musical differences between Argentine Tango and Milonga and discuss the origins of milonga’s distinctive musical characteristics. Milonga is a dance with many competing musical layers, and even experienced dancers can find themselves challenged by its speed and rhythmic complexity. The good news is that only some of what is going on in the music needs to be danced. Recognizing the essential, underlying Milonga rhythms and their recurring patterns will boost your confidence, improve your musicality, and will make dancing milonga easier and more pleasurable for both leader and follower.

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2 Responses to Tango Musicality Class in Albuquerque, NM

  1. Liebe Mary,

    herzlichen Glückwunsch zur Aufnahme der 7 Flötensonaten im Schloss Sanssouci!
    Dazu eine wichtige Frage: auf welchem Verzeichnis der Sonaten von Friedrich II. basiert Ihre Nummerierung?
    Können Sie mir das Sonaten-Verzeichnis zusenden?

    Herzliche Grüße aus Rheinsberg!
    Ulrike Liedtke

  2. hans martens says:

    Dear Mary,

    I like to read your article about Quantz:
    “Quantz’s Grabdenkmal: A Short History,” Continuo 21/2 (April 1997): 9–10
    “Quantz’s Flute Quartets Lost and Found,” Flute Talk 24 (April 2005): 13–20

    But I cannot find them. Can you give me a clue to find them?
    I am a fan of your work and collect all your CD recordings on Quantz
    I visited Quantz grave in Potsdam and I like to know about the history of it.

    With most kind regards

    Hans Martens

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