Cante Explained - Tangos
In this video Kai and singer Juan Murube look at one of the most common Tangos letras you’re likely to run into. If you’re going to learn just one Letra, this is the one you want. There are many variations that use the same melody and structure but with different lyrics, so if you learn this one you’ll really be learning many! Download the Letras .pdf here: https://flamencoexplained.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Tangos-Letra.pdf
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