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gancho | October 16, 2019

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Dancing to… Qué importa

Dancing to… Qué importa

Dear gancho readers,

No tango can be danced same twice…

In these series, we select a song and share with you few videos of performances on it by different dancers.

At the pick of the summer nothing else matters than a well danced tango:

“Qué importa” by Orchestra Juan D’Arienzo, Singer Alberto Echagüe (1939)

Which of the below videos of  “Qué importa” (“It doesn’t matter”) song matters to you the most?

Feel free to leave a comment below or post another video on the same song if you feel like…

Enjoy “dancing to…” !





cover photo credit: Tomáš Súkenník (Slovakia)Tango, holiday and summer


  1. Oana Stanescu old tango lover

    Clarisa Aragon & J. Saavedra the best on this old tango. They explore the creativity of the music, on a simple way, no comlex structures. Carlitos &Noelia on the second place, but far away from them. The other couples had nothing to do with this song, they dance a coreography lo g before prepare, you could see they where on a competion.

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