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The bandoneon is an iconic musical instrument of both traditional tango, and its newer and bolder style of nuevo tango. Developed in 19th century Germany, this instrument quickly became national instruments of Argentina and Uruguay.
Tango dresseses are an integral part of tango dance. They allow dancers to express their elegance, sexuality and passionate performance. Even though today’s clothing is more revealing than in the past, tango clothing remains faithful to the spirit of the original tango.
Argentina's dances are not only limited to the worldwide-known latin styles of tango and samba. This diverse country has a long history of developing countless types of folk and contemporary dances, ranging from those created by South American natives, to brand new dances that were introduced just decades ago.
Milonga dance is an important part of Argentine music history. It was born as a reaction to the influences of Cuban and Polish folk music, but its popularity enabled it to become one of the most important stepping stones in the creation of tango. Today, milonga dance and milonga music are celebrated as an important part of the Argentine cultural heritage.