Abreu Z.
Tico Tico tango

Albeniz L.
Tango in D
Asturias

Anderson L.
Blue tango
Sandpyper ballet

Bernardini
Cacique

Gade J.
Jalouise tango

Gardel P.
El dia que me Quieras
El tango de Rozanne from Moulin Rouge
Por una cabeza

Lehar F.
Serenata Fresquita

Manilow B.
Copacabana

Piazzolla A.
Adios Nonino
Buenos aires hora cero
Colombia tango
Inverno porteno —>

Piazzolla A.
Libertango
Muerte angel
Oblivion
Paloma
Tango appassionato

Rodriguez G.
La cumparsita

Villoldo R.
El chocio

Valasquez T.
Besame mucho


For a musician, a dancer or a singer The Tango can be simultaneously love, suffering, anger, jealousy, abandonment; It can be a joy to live when you are happy, melancholy when you are sad, but it is still a channel to convey the emotions that you have inside. This is perhaps one of the weapons that has allowed the world wide diffusion of Tango: as a musical or cultural genre or as a totally free dance, without repetitive patterns in synergy with rhythm and melodies that create a different magic each tim,e giving shape to infinity emotions. We talk a lot, about tango as a dance but It should be taken into consideration that the greater cultural background of Tango is music.

The musical offer of the Effe String Quartet includes the names of the major composers of music from the early twentieth century to the Golden Age, that of the 1930s and ‘ 40, Aníbal Troio, Juan Mallet ‘ ‘ Pacho ‘ ‘, Juan d ‘ D’Arienzo, Carlos di Sarli, Osvaldo Pugliese, Francisco De Caro, Enrique Delfino. The same composer and conductor Astor Piazzolla wrote music pages that became famous songs to dance: Passionate Tango “,” Oblivion “,” Adios Nonino “and the famous” Libertango “whose title, formed by the Union of Libertad (freedom In Spanish) and tango, symbolizes Piazzolla’s passage from traditional tangos to tango Nuevo, different from traditional tangos because it incorporates elements taken from jazz music.

The music of the “Libertango” made by peer soundtrack several television commercials was also recorded in 1997 by the cellist Yo-Yo but in his album Soul of the Tango: the Music of Ástor Piazzolla, in 2000 by guitarist Al of Meola in his album The Great Passion and, in 2000 and by Sharon Shannon.