Books and ebooks in English.

Books and ebooks in English
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Books and ebooks in English: there are many tangueros around the world who live in countries where English is the first language, or where it is understood, even if perhaps, not perfectly spoken. This page is for them to choose the book in the language they are familiar with.

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The military regime that ruled Argentina from 1976 to 1983 killed the Tango.
The show Tango Argentino raised it from the death bed.

During the dark years of the military dictatorship, Tango had fallen into oblivion all over the world, most especially in Argentina. The “Tango Argentino” show was the show that led to the worldwide revival of interest in Tango. It debuted in Paris, then conquered Broadway and, later, the whole world.

Patricia Müller
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In this book, we discover the code of honor of the ‘portenos’ dancers of the Tango Milonguero, who have remained ‘uncontaminated’ by the tourism surrounding the Tango, the major part of whom are more or less 70-80 years old. Their behavior reflects concepts that were already spoken of in ancient China! Let’s discover them together by following in the footsteps of the Chinese philosopher, Lao Tse, and of los Viejos Milongueros. You will surely be astonished by what you discover!

Tango Artistic Photography

Eddie Arrossi
Tango Calendar

The year can have gone by, but its beautiful photos remain.
While you are waiting for next year’s edition, you can enjoy them, and maybe frame them individually as pictures on the wall.
Used in this way they are timeless!

Books and ebooks in English: Tango biograpies
Books and ebooks in English

Ricardo Plazaola
I wanted to dance. Carlos Gavito: Life, passion, and tango
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CARLOS EDUARDO GAVITO (4/27/1943 – 7/1/2005) was born in La Plata, Argentina. He spent his youth in the barrio of Avellaneda (to the south of Greater Buenos Aires) and the rest of his life circling the globe.

He traveled for more than forty years and visited more than ninety countries. He spoke English, Italian, French, and Portuguese fluently and could make himself understood in German, Russian and Japanese. He was a universal man who took the tango from the barrio to the world.

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Chan Park
Tango Zen: Walking Dance Meditation

Would you like to meditate while dancing the Tango? Yes, Buddha can teach you to dance the Tango through Zen. You might ask, “How does the Tango have anything to do with Zen?”

TangoZen is an innovative yet natural way of meditating while dancing the Tango. Referring to striking similarities between the two, this book will introduce methods through which Tango dancers and non-dancers can practice TangoZen to experience and enjoy the wonderful benefits, which both Tango and Zen have to offer.

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Cherie Magnus
The Church of Tango
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This is not a “tango book,” but a story of survival that cuts across death, cancer, Alzheimer’s, loss of home and homeland and cherished heirlooms and possessions, loss of shared histories, of hope for one’s children, of hope for the future, of love. But it’s also about finding love and unexpected joy. And about listening to the music and dancing.

The Church of Tango is a passionate memoir of tragedy and adventure, lust and music, romance and tango–and above all, survival.

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María Oliva
I Am Tango. Biography of María Nieves
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“Tango dance has something very special: it’s the communication within the couple. That is why when we dance it we feel an endless number of emotions, such as love…and hate. I was born to dance tango and I will die for my tango.” María Nieves “I Am Tango.

Biography of María Nieves, work of journalist María Oliva, succeeds with skill and patience to unveil her story and thread together its details, becoming a necessary work for the genre’s history.” Teresita Lencinas After several months of interviews with María Nieves, the author of this book was able to shape a biography, and, with marvelous generosity, relinquished her first person voice to the dancer who transcended borders and represented Argentina to the world.

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Dimitris Bronowski
Tango Tips by the Maestros:
When more than 40 maestros decide to help you improve your tango abr

This book brought together for the first time in the tango history icons of tango, judges of the World Tango Championship (Mundial de Tango), world champions, and experienced teachers from around the world, and asked them one question:

If you could give a few pieces of advice that you consider extremely valuable to a few tens of thousands tangueros and tangueras, what would you say?

The maestros covered topics from musicality to elegance, from connection to balance, from embrace to trust, from body awareness to the difference between good and great dancers.

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Mónica María Fumagalli
Blackness in Tango
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Blackness and Tango Slaves took part in the founding of Buenos Aires and in the wars that shaped its destiny. One of the first bandoneón players in history was the son of slaves: it’s difficult to imagine tango as a creation indifferent to the presence of Blacks. Un paso más Born from an idea of Monica Maria Fumagalli and Emanuela Bussolati is composed of different volumes, as well as conferences held by Monica Maria Fumagalli in different countries in Europe, Cuba, Argentina and documentation discovered during many trips to Buenos Aires. Monica Maria Fumagalli, a professional dancer, has been dancing and teaching for many years. She has translated in italian different Spanish essays including : Il tango e i suoi labirinti (Tango and Its Labyrinths) by Rafael Flores Montenegro,

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Gustavo Benzecry Sabá
Embracing Tango
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Aesthetics, respect and discipline are some of the concepts Benzecry Sabá has analyzed in depth in this book. In its pages dance is understood as a unity that not only plunges us into pleasure, but also raises our spirits.

Embracing Tango shows us the technical tools we need to develop so we can dance freely and creatively. It includes a meticulous explanation of six basic Tango figures and a detailed analysis of the embrace, the dance floor, surrender and improvisation. It also discusses the Milonga Codes — set out here for the very first time — and strategies and suggestions designed to encourage dance invitations and their acceptance.

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Gustavo Benzecry Sabá
New Glossary of Tango Dance
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The New Glossary of Tango Dance comes is the result of a 10 year long thoughtful research. Its first edition, published in 2004 was an outstanding success. It´s demand all over the world made it be re-printed several times. It is a pleasure to have its 2010 edition, coming along with the year of Argentina´s bicentennial anniversary. In this New Glossary of Tango Dance, Benzecry Sabá sets out with approximately 390 terms; he digs deeper in the description of Tango Styles and ads illustrative pictures of significant importance. He has also included from the eldest ´til the newest expressions -rooted in Buenos Aires- that build up the vocabulary of the tango dancer. He has also increased the number of professionals that had been asked about different subjects.

Books and ebooks in English

Gustavo Benzecry Sabá
New Glossary of Tango Dance + DVD abr

The New Glossary of Tango Dance comes is the result of a 10 year long thoughtful research. Its first edition, published in 2004 was an outstanding success. It´s demand all over the world made it be re-printed several times.

In this New Glossary of Tango Dance, Benzecry Sabá sets out with approximately 390 terms; he digs deeper into the description of Tango Styles and ads illustrative pictures of significant importance. He has also included from the eldest ´til the newest expressions –rooted in Buenos Aires– that build up the vocabulary of the tango dancer. He has also increased the number of professionals that had been asked about different subjects.

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Gustavo Benzecry Sabá
The Quest for the Embrace abr

In 2009, UNESCO declared the Argentine tango to be part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Preceding this honor, there is a long history of men and women that created the dance, giving form to a way of life.

How was the dance of tango created? Who were its makers? How did the different styles come to be? Is there any truth in the rumor of its brothel origins? Why is it the most controversial and passionate dance?

These questions, among others, are answered by Gustavo Benzecry Sabá in this book, which is not only a meticulous work of research but also a heartfelt homage to all those who contributed to this most important cultural phenomenon of the Río de la Plata region.

Books and ebooks in English: principles of the tango
Books and ebooks in English

Mauricio Castro
Tango Awareness
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Learning to dance the tango.
Looking and feeling great is only the beginning.
Find out how some dancers learn faster and better than others.

Understanding the solid principals of Tango Awareness will make your mind drift away into the comfort zone. Being yourself while you learn is easy.

As you read and slowly drift, you gain the power of understanding your unconscious. Propel yourself to the future of faster learning.

It is time to change to Tango Awareness.

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Gloria Dinzel, Rodolfo Dinzel
Tango an anxious quest for freedom

For the first time a literary work on tango dynamics attempts to dialogue about the technical and theoretical aspects of this dance, that is ¨porteña¨, and shows us to the world. Gloria and Rodolfo Dinzel have investigated for years in an endeavour to contain the driving ideas of tango, and have come up with this synthesis. If the reader happens to be a tango dancer, he or she will be able to corroborate and raise awareness as to the internal processes that take part during his dancing performances. If the reader is not a tango dancer, this book will help understand why it has been said that tango is the deepest dance in the history of human kind. It is far from the authors intention to teach any figures, sequences, or “choreographic” secrets through this book, but to fathom the depths of this wonderful dance, its history, and its expressive capacity, penetrating the anatomic attitudes and psychological postures of the individual dancer as well as of the couple, dealing in detail each topic in each different chapter.

Books and ebooks in English: the tango music
Books and ebooks in English

Michael Lavocah
Tango Masters: Aníbal Troilo
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Aníbal Troilo (1914–1975) played the bandoneón with such feeling that he became revered as the most expressive player of the instrument. In 1937 he formed his own orchestra, rapidly establishing it as one of the greatest in the golden age of tango. The hallmarks of this orchestra were its vibrant sound, its ability to deliver a lyric, and the colour and shading in its music, something which Troilo and his musicians explored more and more throughout the 1940s.In this book, the first in a series called Tango Masters, Michael Lavocah (author of Tango Stories, Musical Secrets) explains Troilo’s music to the modern dancing public. He introduces the musicians in the orchestra, helping you to hear them within the music, and then takes you through the dance recordings, paying special attention to the relationship between the music and the lyrics – a key factor to understanding this orchestra. Incorporating an invaluable discography, ‘Tango Masters: Aníbal Troilo’ allows the reader to follow Troilo’s journey as his music grows in sophistication, learning how to listen, and thus to feel, with more understanding and depth.

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Michael Lavocah
Tango Masters: Carlos Di Sarli
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“That orchestra had something that made it different from the others. It had something that it is now hard to find which I call sacred fire.”
Carlos Di Sarli (1903-1960) created the most elegant tango music ever known. Uniquely amongst the great orchestras, his final recordings are loved as much or even more than his early ones. Great waves of melody create a majestic feeling, although the music remains at heart quite simple, a combination which makes it a favourite of those who love to dance.
The orchestra’s powerful walking beat is conveyed by a unique way of combining the bandoneons with the strings, and by Di Sarli’s own magisterial touch on the piano. Di Sarli was the only irreplaceable musician in the line-up and he kept his exceptional style a closely guarded secret, refusing even to let other musicians watch him play. A complex personality, his sensitive, principled nature is summed up in his sobriquet El señor del tango – the gentleman of tango.

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Michael Lavocah
Tango Masters: Juan D’Arienzo
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In 1937, Juan D’Arienzo propelled an entire city to its feet with his irresistible beat, converting a generation of tango listeners into tango dancers. In so doing, he created the foundation for tango’s most glorious years, the golden decade of the 1940s. The public loved his simple but modern style, buying his records in the millions, but the intelligentsia were scandalised, condemning his music as a return to the past. Despite performing until shortly before his death in 1976, D’Arienzo was written out of tango history. This is the first book about D’Arienzo in any language.Tango Masters: Juan D’Arienzo takes the reader on a journey through D’Arienzo’s music and the successive transformations of his orchestra. Listening guides to over one hundred of his most important recordings help the reader to appreciate, love and dance to this enduringly popular music.Michael Lavocah is the author of Tango Stories: Musical Secrets, the guide to tango dance music.

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Michael Lavocah
Tango Masters: Osvaldo Pugliese
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Osvaldo Pugliese (1905-1995) created a new style of tango music that was beautiful, warm and powerful – the most passionate and intense that tango has ever known. He formed his orchestra in 1939 from a cell in Argentina’s most notorious political prison. Standing firm against decades of persecution for his communist beliefs, he eventually led his musicians and his devoted fans alike to a triumphant night at one of the world’s grandest opera house.’Tango Masters: Osvaldo Pugliese’ takes the reader on a journey through Pugliese’s life and music that is intimately bound up with the social and political history of Argentina. Listening guides to ninety of Pugliese’s most important recordings help the reader to appreciate, love and dance to this compelling and intriguing music.Michael Lavocah is the author of ‘Tango Stories, Musical Secrets’, the guide to tango dance music. This is the second volume of the series Tango Masters, which explores the music of the great orchestras of tango’s Golden Age in depth.

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Michael Lavocah
Tango Stories: Musical Secrets
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In this unique book, Michael Lavocah takes you on a compelling journey through tango music. He introduces the key personages who shaped tango history and explains how they shaped the evolution of this music, telling their stories in a series of lively vignettes.

Engaging, entertaining and passionate, this is the definitive guide to tango dance music. Now available in four languages, Tango Stories: Musical Secrets is essential reading for anyone who would like to understand tango better.

Books and ebooks in English: a journey through the tango learning
Books and ebooks in English

Iona Italia
Our Tango World vol.1: Learning & Community abr

Join Terpsichoral Tangoaddict, aka Iona Italia, on a sharply observed journey through the world of Buenos Aires tango. Along the way we get to meet Terpsi’s partners in crime: The Slow SemiteThe Leprechaun, and Pretty Salony Boy; her teachers, the ever-patient Master of CalmEl Chino and others; her friends FoxyThe Sylph and Mr Hugman, as well as occasional dance partners Flirty Boy and The Turk.

This is, however, no travel memoir, but a guide to our own tango world. This first volume focuses on the learning experience and concludes with a guide to creating strong and healthy tango communities.

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Iona Italia
Our Tango World vol.2: At the Milonga abr

“I know I should use cabeceo here, but I can’t catch your eye. You keep looking away. So I had to come over and ask you.” If you find yourself saying this to someone – just stop for a moment and think about it. Maybe your cabeceo is working perfectly. Just not in the way you’d like.
– Terpsi’s cabeceo guide


If this vignette speaks to you, you’ll love volume 2 of Iona Italia‘s Our Tango World. This second volume takes us to the milonga and explores what it means to dance; the importance of freedom of partner choice – and the limits of that freedom; the needs we bring to dancing; and the ways in which we communicate musically.

Books and ebooks in English: tango photograps
Books and ebooks in English

Evelyne Pieiller; Photographer-Isabel Munoz
Tango (English and Spanish Edition)
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Tango photographs are accompanied by a story and a collection of tango song lyrics printed in Spanish and English, the renowned photographer Isabel Muñoz captures the voluptuous nature of one of the most seductive dances in the world, where sexuality is the only means Communication. 80 duotone photos.

Books and ebooks in English: presentation of the tango history
Books and ebooks in English

Simon Collier, Artemis Cooper, Maria Susana Azzi, Richard Martin
Tango!: The Dance, the Song, the Story!
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“Exquisite publication, written by respected scholars and artist, combines scholarly research with a pleasant writing style. Covers tango’s history from early-19th century to the present, addressing tango’s spread into Europe and North America and its ‘golden age’ in Buenos Aires from the 1920s-50s; also discusses topics such as tango and ‘machismo,’ and the tango revival in film, theater, and literature. Includes an extended bibliography and discography. Richly illustrated with facsimiles, reproductions of drawings, paintings, and photographs.

Books and ebooks in English: narrative with the tango
Books and ebooks in English

Sonia Abadi
The Tango Scene. Swing in
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One day, somebody left the door open, and I slipped into the Milonga. I looked around, listened up, learned to dance; some things they told me, others I guessed. It was the experience, not the cold, objective eye of the researcher that made me want to tell about it. Phrases and situations that came out of listening to confessions, complaints and jokes gave birth to these stories. I asked the many foreigners that come to Buenos Aires why they had become so impassioned with our tango. Their answer was always the same: “because of the embrace”. And so, how could I tell the dancers what they already knew, what it was that they were experiencing? I decided to make them my accomplices and to show them their reflection. They found themselves mirrored there.

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Palmer, Marina
Kiss and Tango Diary of a Dancehall Seductress
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Approaching her dreaded thirtieth birthday, Marina Palmer suddenly found herself adrift in anxiety. A successful but bored advertising executive — on the therapist’s couch thrice weekly and with no lasting love in her life — she longed for true passion and adventure. Then, on a whimsical vacation to South America, at a steamy two A.M. milonga, she found what she was looking for: tango! From her very first close-up glimpse of Argentina’s signature dance she fell head over heels. She left everything behind — her fast-track career, her desperate search for “the One” — to pursue her new obsession in Buenos Aires, seeking a dancing partner, storybook love, and the tango lessons that might ultimately help her to earn a place on the professional circuit.

Palmer, Marina
Kiss & Tango (Chinese Edition)
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William Morrow
Kiss and Tango: Looking for Love in Buenos Aires
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Should you ever give up the fast track? Could you settle down with the spirit of adventure still in your blood? And just how do you say “Mr. Wrong” in Spanish anyway? Fueled by tango addiction, the hope of romancing a sultry porteño, and a one-way ticket to Buenos Aires, Marina Palmer is about to find out.

Approaching her dreaded thirtieth birthday — without a doting husband, a fabulous apartment, or children and a nanny — Marina Palmer suddenly found herself adrift in anxiety. She was a successful advertising executive but was bored by her job. Lasting love was proving elusive and her weekly visit to the therapist had multiplied by three. Then, on a whimsical vacation to South America, Palmer discovered the passion that her life was missing. At a steamy two a.m. milonga, she caught her first glimpse of Argentina’s signature dance and fell head over heels from the sidelines.

Aydan Dunnigan
Trauma to Tango: Dancing Unforgiven Dreams
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Haunted by ghosts of the recent and distant past, the author abandons his faith, his marriage and his career as a pastor and heads off to the tango salons of Buenos Aires. He is compelled by the irrational hope that immersing himself in this seamy, sensual dance will transform his inner turmoil into something of elegance and beauty and passion.

Books and ebooks in English: history of the tango

Gabriel Valiente
Encyclopedia of Tango
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Tango, declared cultural heritage of Buenos Aires in 1998 and intangible cultural heritage of humanity by the UNESCO in 2009, is probably the only cultural manifestation throughout history that embodies music, dance, and poetry. This encyclopedia gives a detailed account of tango recordings before, during, and after the golden age of tango, along with tango orchestras, musicians, and singers.

Christine Denniston
The Meaning of Tango: The Story of the Argentinian Dance
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From the backstreets of Buenos Aires to Parisian high society, this is the extraordinary story of the dance that captivated the world – a tale of politics and passion, immigration and romance. The Tango was the cornerstone of Argentine culture, and has lasted for more than a hundred years, popular today in America, Japan and Europe. ‘The Meaning of Tango’ traces the roots of this captivating dance, from it’s birth in the poverty stricken Buenos Aires, the craze of the early 20th century, right up until it’s revival today, thanks to shows such as Strictly Come Dancing. This book offers history, knowledge, teachings and in-sights which makes it valuable for beginners, yet its in-depth analysis makes it essential for experienced dancers. It is an elegant and cohesive critique of the fascinating tale of the Tango, which not only documents its culture and politics, but is also technically useful.

Books and ebooks in English: learning Spanish through tango lyrics

Manuel Tango
Tango-Words Paperback – Learn Spanish through tango lyrics
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TangoWords is a book that will help Tango lovers to learn Spanish whilst listening to Argentinian Tango lyrics. Understanding these famous Tangos also improves the dancing experience at a Milonga. It includes a comprehensive Glossary section and music downloads available on www.tangowords.com – Lyrics included: Alma en Pena, Cantando, ¡Che Bandoneón!, Cristal, Danza Maligna, Esta Noche de Luna, Fueron Tres Años, Garúa, Gólgota, Indiferencia, Lejos de Buenos Aires, Marioneta, Paciencia, Percal, Pocas Palabras, Sur, Tinta Roja, Toda Mi Vida, Volvamos a Empezar, Vuelvo al Sur.

Books and ebooks in English: tango techniques

Mauricio Castro
TANGO. The structure of the dance 1. The key to its secrets revealed. abr

Mauricio Castro´s book offers a new system to help the dancer creatively develop his/her tango using solidly established technical foundations.

The instructions can be easily followed with the help of a series of two and three-dimensional diagrams especially designed by the author.

The method is explained in a clear, concise and efficient way and includes lessons for the beginner to the most advanced in tango dance theory.

Mauricio Castro
TANGO. The structure of the dance 2. The Matrix. abr

“The Matrix” is considered the ultimate key for success in the tango world. Specifically design to unconsciously accelerate your learning potential to maximum speed. Get advantage of this amazing learning tool. The instructions can be easily followed with the help of a series of two and three-dimensional diagrams especially designed by the author. The method is explained in a clear, concise and efficient way and includes lessons for the beginner to the most advance in tango dance theory. This book revolutionizes all of the traditional concepts used until now in the teaching this sensuous, passionate and complex dance form which acquires enthusiastic new followers daily, all around the world.

Margareta Westergård
Tango Passion and the Rules of the Game
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Books and ebooks in English: where to dance the tango

Where to learn and dance the tango in the world: Tango-world.com

Books and ebooks in English: What to do with the digital ebooks?

Books and ebooks in English: digital ebooks and protection of the Author’s rights.

Detailed instructions on what you have to do if you buy a digital ebook that is protected with Adobe DRM technology. Don’t believe who tells you that you need an engineering degree to be able to read you book: it’s very simple!

Tango Fashion Made in Italy by GENUA ATELIER

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SCARPA ARTEMISIA tacco 9. SHOE heel 9. CHAUSSURE talon 9. SHOE Ferse 9.

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TOP LARA.

Classico pantalone da tango argentino con profondo spacco laterale e polsino al fondo. Molto comodo e confortevole per le serate in milonga.

BABUCHAS PIZZO. LACE. DENTELLE. SPITZE.

Pantaloni milongueri in pizzo con profondi spacchi laterali e polsino alla caviglia.

GONNA ARTEMISIA. Skirt. Jupe.

Gonna a tubino in pizzo e maglina elasticizzata.

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Pantalarghi in tulle con spacco laterale e coulotte in maglina elasticizzata.

SCARPA LIV tacco 9. SHOE heel 9. CHAUSSURE talon 9. SHOE Ferse 9.

Sandalo in pelle lucida, sobrio ed elegante. Sottopiede in pelle di capra e confortevole soletta imbottita. Fodera della scarpa e della tomaia in pelle di capra. Tacco nero lucido. Suola in cuoio pomiciato.

SCARPA GIULIETTA tacco 9. SHOE heel 9. CHAUSSURE talon 9. SHOE Ferse 9.

Sandalo in tejus argento con rifiniture in lamina argento. Sottopiede in pelle di capra e confortevole soletta imbottita. Fodera della scarpa e della tomaia in pelle di capra. Tacco argento. Suola in cuoio pomiciato.

SCARPA MIA tacco 9. SHOE heel 9. CHAUSSURE talon 9. SHOE Ferse 9.

In glitter cipria e raso lucido, brillante ed elegantissima. Tallone chiuso e cinturino alla caviglia, con fascetta che arriva fino al collo del piede. Sottopiede in pelle di capra e confortevole soletta imbottita. Fodera della scarpa e della tomaia in pelle di capra, fodera del tallone in morbido camoscino. Tacco dorato. Suola in cuoio pomiciato.

Tango Fashion Made in Canada by NATURAL SPIN

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Great fits for Tango dancing