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W.H. AUDEN ~ DANCE, DANCE, DANCE TILL YOU DROP

James Abbot McNeill Whistler  (1894-1903) A Dancing woman in a Pink robe, seen from the back Dance till the stars come down from the rafters Dance, Dance, Dance till you drop. ~W.H. Auden “I love to dance, it does not matter if it is a Tango, a Foxtrot, a Samba or a Jive, just like to move my body on the rhythm of music…I just can not sit still. Other people get their kick out of shopping, playing Foxy Bingo, or singing. But as for me, dancing is my...

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THE TANGO ~ MUSIC OF PASSION AND MALINCONIA

SENSUALITY IN MUSIC THE TANGO “A Sad thought dancing” that migrated from the brothels of Buenos Aires to the European dance halls. Several great writers have written tango songs, but the greatest and most profound lyricist is Enrique Santos Discepolo. The man who defined the tango as “a sad thought dancing” , “a mixture of anger, pain, faith, and absence” sings of love, death and paradise lost in radically pessimistic poems that express the despair of the thirties, that “infamous decade” where hopes of democracy gave way to coups...

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MATA HARI ~ THE DANCE

~ The dance is a poem of which each movement is a word. ~ Mata Hari

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