The most popular Tango in Argentina Published and premiered in 1903, The title was given it’s name after the nickname of the proprietor of a local nightclub.
This famous Tango by Villoldo has had many variations, arrangements and recordings during its life, but here if is arranged for 2 flutes with piano accompaniment. There is nothing more complicated than sixteenth’s and eighth’s and the range is 2 octaves with the highest note being top E.
I have tried to keep the flute parts equal in terms of length and complexity so there is no no’1 and no’2.
It has been put at early intermediate level but the YouTube link has the whole score for you to assess suitability. Full score is 9 pages and it is around 3 mins in length.
It would work very well for concerts/recitals, show and productions, as well as being something a little different to play. Price is for score and parts.
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