What instruments do they play in Argentina?
Guitar. Violin. Accordion. Bombo leguero (a drum made of a hollowed tree trunk)
Tango music is usually performed by a sextet including:
- Double bass.
- Bandoneons (which are similar to accordions)
What type of music and dance is Argentina known for?
The most obvious music and dance to come out of Argentina is undoubtedly, the Tango, and we’ll come to that later, but many of the different regions have their own musical styles which are serve as creative projections of the history and way of life in the area.
How is music used in Argentina?
The music of Argentina includes a variety of traditional, classical and popular genres. One of the country’s most significant cultural contributions is the tango, which originated in Buenos Aires and its surroundings during the end of the 19th century and underwent profound changes throughout the 20th century.
Which dance is most popular in Argentina flamenco or tango?
Argentine dances represent the emotions and lives of the people of Argentina. Chamame is one of the most popular forms of Argentine dance other than the very popular Argentine Tango. The Chamame is performed by two dancers in a cheek to cheek embrace.