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Tangology 101 is dedicated to the study of Argentine Tango dance, music and history. Our Online Video Dance Lessons primarily focus on the social forms of Argentine Tango. You can watch and learn everything from the basic steps to the most advanced concepts of the dance. Our History of Argentine Tango section focuses on the history of the music and its' orchestras.

Our Classes and Workshops area educates you about our weekly Atlanta tango classes as well as our lessons in Macon and Athens, Georgia. It also has information about our workshops in other cities and private dance lessons in Atlanta and Macon. The Milongas and DJing section fills you in on our Atlanta Tango Community Milongas (Dance Parties) and about my DJing.

Our Argentinian Tango Resources section has information for new dancers, favorite tango videos.

Un Abrazo, Clint Rauscher

Tangology101 Calendars

Argentine Tango Classes
Atlanta, GA Every Monday 8pm to 9:30pm Beginnger Class more info
Atlanta, GA Every Tuesday 8:00pm to 9:30pm Intermediate Class more info
Macon, GA Every FINAL Sunday All Levels more info


Atlanta Milongas
Milonga Plaka Every 1st and 3rd Sunday (7pm to 10:30pm) more info
Milonga 57th Every 2nd Sunday (and 4th when there is a 5th Sunday) (6:30pm to 10pm) more info


Most Recent Blogs:

10/11/2017 at 02:24 PM in blog folder icon Milonga Classes
Date: 09/25/2017
Teachers: Clint Rauscher and Shelley Brooks
Song: Milonga Brava by Francisco Canaro

10/11/2017 at 02:15 PM in blog folder icon Tango Classes
Date: 10/09/2017
Teachers: Clint Rauscher and Shelley Brooks
Song: La Capilla Blanca by Carlos di Sarli

Demo for a class on Back Boleo from Back Cross Step to Parada/Pasada with Men and Women's Embellishments.

08/24/2017 at 05:51 PM in blog folder icon Traditional Tandas
This week's tanda is a beautiful, dramatic instrumental set by Osvaldo Pugliese.

The first song of this set, "Recuerdo" is considered by many a turning point in the composition of Argentine Tango music. It was composed in 1924 and has a complexity that had not been seen before. There is some debate over who the composer was. It was originally registered by Adolfo Pugliese, Osvaldo Pugliese's father, but Osvaldo said that he gave it to his father to register because his father was having a hard time financially. Apparently, it was later re-registered under Osvaldo's name. Some also say that it belongs to Osvaldo's brother, who left the composition behind after moving away. I would go with Osvaldo's story, since the music sounds so similar to his other compositions. If it was Osvaldo's composition, then he wrote it at the age of 19.

The title means "memory" and the original title was "Recuerdo para mis amigos (Memory of my friends)." Pugliese said that he wrote it in honor of his friends who used to meet at a café called La Cueva del Chancho (The Pig's Cave).

And the other songs in this tanda are just as strong with Pugliese's characteristic flow of melodic tenderness marked with strong punctuations of rhythm.

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