Monday, June 4, 2007

History Tango

The word "Tango" in the settlement of Argentina slaves from Africa in the mid-19th century, has become a place where black slaves and free blacks gathered to dance. "Tango" may be purely African word meaning "enclosure, and can be Portuguese (or Latin American-made from the word" tanguere "meaning" touch "), providing a slave ship to starboard. Most immigrants were men, hoping to get rich in this country a new perspective. Typically, these men were poor and otchayanny and would earn enough to return to Europe or to move their family in Argentina.

Evolution Tango reflects their deep sense of loss, nostalgia for the abandoned native people and places. Most likely, Tango, a dance at afro - argentinean meetings, which were attended kompadritos-born young and the poor of Argentina. They loved to wear on the heads of soft felt hat with a wide deleting fields freely put on neck scarf, wear shoes with high heels and push for the end zone. Kompadritos brought Tango in Corrales Viejos, Buenos Aires area slaughterhouse, and met with him spots for the lower classes, where practiced dance : bars, dance halls and brothels. Here African rhythms met with Argentine music Milonga (rapid Polka), and were born stepy new dance. Course Tango in the world started in the first third of the 20th century, when the sons of wealthy Argentine family paved the way to Paris and presented Tango society, businesses and innovative ideas. In the 1920s and 1930s, 20's Tango spread to the world. Dance appeared in the cinema. Singers Tango went to concerts. By the 30th year the Golden Age began Argentine Tango.

Argentina was one of the ten richest countries in the world. Tango has become the foundation premise of the culture. Golden Age of the dance lasted until the 1950s. But Tango was due to the flourishing economic reasons. In 50th years, the government has embarked on a policy of repression. This, of course, reflected in the texts of songs, and gradually spread to a culture of repression. Dance and music have gone underground; Across the country closed dance halls, prohibiting large public gatherings, but Tango survived in small, little known places, and, of course, in the hearts of people. But driving it underground accompanied by the invasion of rock and roll, and because of the Tango, stayed in the doldrums until the mid-1980s when, in Paris a stage show "Tango Argentino".
Once again, Paris was the place where Tango for the second time poneslos for peace. Today, Tango is one of the world's most popular dances.

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