At the milonga : SATB choir
by Sandra Milliken (2006)
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Library shelf no. 782.55542/MIL 1 [Available for loan]
At the Milonga invites listeners to come to the 'Milonga'. A milonga is a place or event where the tango is danced. Milongas can be found around the world and most are held on a regular basis (often weekly). They usually begin with dancing classes and sometimes demonstration dances. During the evening, three to five songs of the one kind are played in a row followed by a short musical break that provides an opportunity to clear the dance floor and to change partners.
With its provocative melody and captivating
dance rhythms, At the Milonga
demonstrates a strong South-American influence.
This is an irresistable, light-hearted piece written for
unaccompanied SATB choir.
Instrumentation: Unaccompanied SATB choir.
Duration: 3 min.
At the Molonga
At the Milonga
- Influenced by: Tangos
Performances of this work
13 Sep 2011: at Yarra Valley Grammar Annual Choral Concert (George Wood Performing Arts Centre).
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