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Bandoneón Undressed

The Bandoneón The bandoneón is a bi-sonoric, free reed instrument invented in Chemnitz, Germany around 1834 by Carl Friedrich Uhlig. It is a square squeezebox, with bellows not unlike a concertina.  Heinrich Band, a teacher, promoted the instrument to his students and modified and extended the keyboard. He called it ‘bandonion’, shorthand for Heinrich Band’s […]

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Maggie Ferguson’s interview with Sydney Tango/Tango Synergy by Sima Oertl

  Interview by Sima, Sydney Tango in collaboration with Tango Synergy for Milonga de la Gente Milonga de la Gente  –  Saturday 29 October – Petersham Town Hall – 7pm to Midnight SydneyTango and Tango Synergy are collaborating for an extraordinary Milonga event showcasing live music and our vibrant Sydney tango school teacher principals. Visiting international […]

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