By Jacob Stockinger
The Ear spent much of the past weekend listening to dance music.
To the tango, to be specific, the new tango or “nuevo tango.”
He heard eight or 10 sexy and bittersweet tangos that were played superbly by the Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society, which was certainly helped by the presence of pianist Pablo Zinger who played with New Tango master and Argentinean composer Astor Piazzolla. (You can still catch the two BDDS concerts with tangos — and much more — TODAY at 2:30 and 6:30 p.m. at the Hillside Theater at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin compound in Spring Green. For details, visit, www.bachdancinganddynamite.org)
I will have more to say about those concerts later this week.
But all that South American dance music brought to mind what is no doubt the most popular dance of Western European classical music: the waltz. (Below are people…
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