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Re: Time signature
Posted by tango princess
2/27/2013  12:06:00 PM
argentine tango can be done in 2/4 3/4,and 4/4 time. but 2/4 time is the traditional time signature for tango. 3/4 is tango vals (waltz)
Re: Time signature
Posted by O.K.
2/28/2013  2:26:00 AM
International Style Tango. 2/4 is from a book printed several years ago.
Nobody can make an Orchestra record in 2/4 if they find it doesn't sell to the genral public. If they relied on ballroom dancers only to buy their product they would go out of business. As previously written you may find it hard to find a recently recorded 2/4 Tango. And if we look at the Tempos from Dancesport USA for the Tango . What does it say. 31 Bars Per Minute. That is 31.. 1234's in one minute.
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