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Tuesday, 26 June 2007

Interpreting the music

I've been thinking about the recent focus on tempo changes in our classes. You might like to take a look at Aurora Lubiz and Hugo Daniel interpreting Tres Esquinas played by Angel D'Agostino and sung by Angel Vargas. Ladies who were at the Sunday workshop, you will recognise some of the skills we worked on when you watch Aurora.

The historic footage of "Los dos Angeles" shows this successful musical partnership in action. The music of D'Agostino and Vargas has a beautiful, understated style which "inspires one to move differently ... to express something other than what might automatically come." (Keith Elshaw, http://totango.net/dagostino.html)

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