Tango Guitar Intermediate Courses

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Intermediate – Full

12 Lessons
2.1 hours
Intermediate

The main goal of this course is to provide you …

What you'll learn
To understand complex parameters of tango music, such as alternative rhythmic possibilities, main chord progressions, melodic variations, and more.
To improve your tango guitar technique and skills.
To accompany singers or melodic instruments with greater ease and freedom, combining rhythms, ornaments, cadences, walking basses, among other things.
To enrich your harmonic language, using inversions of the chords, dominant chord replacements and more.
To create your own ‘variaciones’ for the end of the song, as the orchestras do.
To build up your own repertoire according to the context (either a solo concert or a Milonga).

Intermediate – Pro

12 Lessons
2.1 hours
Intermediate

The main goal of this course is to provide you …

What you'll learn
To understand complex parameters of tango music, such as alternative rhythmic possibilities, main chord progressions, melodic variations, and more.
To improve your tango guitar technique and skills.
To accompany singers or melodic instruments with greater ease and freedom, combining rhythms, ornaments, cadences, walking basses, among other things.
To enrich your harmonic language, using inversions of the chords, dominant chord replacements and more.
To create your own ‘variaciones’ for the end of the song, as the orchestras do.
To build up your own repertoire according to the context (either a solo concert or a Milonga).

Intermediate – Essential

12 Lessons
2.1 hours
Intermediate

The main goal of this course is to provide you …

What you'll learn
To understand complex parameters of tango music, such as alternative rhythmic possibilities, main chord progressions, melodic variations, and more.
To improve your tango guitar technique and skills.
To accompany singers or melodic instruments with greater ease and freedom, combining rhythms, ornaments, cadences, walking basses, among other things.
To enrich your harmonic language, using inversions of the chords, dominant chord replacements and more.
To create your own ‘variaciones’ for the end of the song, as the orchestras do.
To build up your own repertoire according to the context (either a solo concert or a Milonga).
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