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Tango Masters: Anibal Troilo (Volume 1) Paperback – July 31, 2014
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About the Author
Michael Lavocah was absorbed by tango music from his first encounter with it. More than twenty years study of the subject, as a dancer, teacher, DJ and collector has provided him with an in-depth knowledge of this unique musical heritage. A natural raconteur, Michael is always sharing his knowledge of the music with anyone who will listen. This led to his popular talks on tango music and then in 2012 to his first book 'Tango Stories, Musical Secrets', which immediately established itself as the book for tango dancers wanting a guide to tango music. The guide has been translated into German, Spanish and French. Michael runs the tango music website milonga.co.uk and teaches and DJs tango internationally. He is a long time practitioner of Tai Chi and the Taoist arts. He lives in England.
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And what is outstanding is the detailed discussion of many tracks, where I discovered new details of music I had listened to thousands of times and discussed myself in my teaching. Troilo's music is rather complex, and many tango dancers find it difficult to dance to it. Michael Lavocah's discussions really help to find an approach to it and I'm sure they help to eventually love Troilo's beautiful music.