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    The art of tango music first originated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the mid Nineteenth Century. Inspired by the struggles of life as a “Lady of the Night,” early tangos featured emotional melodies and both masculine and feminine voices. During this time period, tango music was considered to be improper because of its references to houses of ill repute. This early type of tango usually used the bandoneon, an accordion-like instrument introduced by German immigrants. It was during this time that

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    The tango is Argentina’s national dance. The tango is a dance that defies description. It can be fast and slow. Tango can be choreographed or completely improvised. Sometimes it has the stylish elegance of a ballroom dance or a staccato duel. You could even describe it as a war between legs. The tango has been apart if Argentine culture throughout the century. For some, the tango is a way of life. During the day they are regular people but at night they become Milongos. A Milonga is a dance at a

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    high-paced tango piece that resonates with the viewer. The song is performed by Tom Waits and follows a moderate tango tempo. Additionally, it is in C minor key at a 108 beats per minute. “Little Drop of Poison” features chordophones such as the string instruments guitar and piano. This combination of instruments is a typical accompaniment for tango pieces. The tango initially emerged in Argentina in the late 1800s in the lower-class districts of Bueno Aires and Montevideo. The tango is a dance influenced

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    Tango Tango is known as one of the most popular dances in the world from its music, its rhythm to its complex steps. It is performed everywhere from the ballrooms in Europe, on the streets in Argentina, in the dancing contests, to public places such as parks. Tango originated in Argentina and was the mix of many type of dances, cultures, and types of music. The evolution of this dance still remains as a thrilling story; however, the popularity of this dance around the world is obvious. In this paper

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    to give up. The townspeople ran to get Tango the night, when Tango heard the news he had to assemble his team with only the

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    Carlsberg Tango, The Launch

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    Carlsberg Tango, “The Launch” 1.0 Executive summary. Over the last few years, there has been growth of popularity in flavored lager beers. Our competitors may be trying to take this advantage so it’s our obligation that we lay strategies to launch our new flavored lager beer. Carlsberg Tango is a new brand that uses sweet Spanish oranges as its flavor. It has lower alcohol content than our previous brands, it’s perceived to be healthy and our target audience is the young professionals between the

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    LAST TANGO IN PARIS As the title suggests, Last Tango in Paris is set in Paris and the main plot concentrates on two people’s loneliness, Paul (Marlon Brando), a 45-year-old old American man and Jeanne (Maria Schneider), a 20-year-old French woman born in an aristocratic environment, the daughter of a Colonel and engaged to a young film director, Tom. After Paul’s wife suicide, his life dramatically changes and he finds himself lost in a foreign, yet known, city. The despair drives Paul to find a

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    forced to dance tango by ISIS. A Danish photographer wasendured months of torture at the hand of the Islamic state extremist forced him to stand for daysand dance the tango at a prison in Syria. Elie was forced to give up his golden crown so theywould stop beating up his father. Also, the prisoner from Syria was forced to stand and dance thetango. Therefore, Elie was forced to give up his golden crown in order to save his father, theprisoner from Syria was forced to stand and do the tango in order to

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    The, Law And Order Essay

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    The episode “Tango” in the television show “Law and Order” tells a story of an investigation regarding a murder of a teenage girl, including the arrest and prosecution of two different offenders within the criminal justice system. The story line and the characters embody different assumptions and values within their roles and the crime. There are many different restorative assumptions and values that are could have played a vital role in healing and resolution, but were unfortunately missing from

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    “Morning” from Peer Gynt, Grieg “In the Hall of the Mountain King” from Peer Gynt, John Williams Theme from Jurassic Park, Adolphus Hailstork Epitaph For a Man Who Dreamed (In Memoriam: Martin Luther King Jr.), Copland “Hoe Down” from Rodeo, Anderson Blue Tango, and John Williams Superman March. The park was an open, grassy area where the public sat on the ground around the stage to listen. The performers wore white tops and black bottoms, giving them a professional appearance. John Williams Midway March

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