Hello Tango People!
Hallo Tango Leute!
For my German speaking audience I have started a German site called Tadellose Tango Töne. Klickt auf den Titel und die Deutsche Seite springt auf. Die Übersetzung ist noch im Gange aber die Seite ist total funktionsfähig.
Hello Tango People!
How often have you searched for a particular piece of Tango music and once you found it there was no way of downloading it without revealing your Grandmother’s maiden name and her bank card number.
Here, at Tickled Tango Tunes it’s simple with no hidden tricks and nasty traps. I am not clever enough to conjure up things like that. I rather spend my time with dusting more of my favourite Tango Tunes.
Here you find a selection of my collection of dusted Tango Tunes. Dusting. Over the last centenary the sound quality our favourite Tango Tunes has been affected by the wear of time. One of my hobbies is restoring them, gently dusting them. For a bit more details on this aspect click on My Way of Dusting.
Happy browsing, I hope you find something you like. If you have a particular favourite, let me know and I will see what I can do for you.
Amadeus Wolfgang Tangoduster
A Spanish version is its conceptual stage. A link will be published soon.
Listen and download
The Tango music is tugged away in genre specific sections shown at the bottom of the page. Click on the name and the page will pop up. There you find a short description of a Tango piece and its individual download links.
To “preview” a tune, click the arrow next to the speaker symbol under the song description and in a few moments the playback starts. Convenient, n’est-ce pas? However, you can’t download from that link.
If you like the piece you can download it by clicking the underscored name of the song. Again, a playback bar appears (this time generated by dropbox) and the music starts after you click the playback arrow. For downloading, only right click on this bar and on the drop-down menu click on “Save Audio as” and follow your system’s download procedure.
Most of the songs I have recorded the songs at the highest quality level available in mp3; mostly at 320kps. The file sizes range between 4 to 10Mbite.
Here you go, not too hard, is it?
Now. I have noticed (through the statistics program that shows the numbers of clicks, no other details) there are hundreds of you Tango lovers out there who visit this blog, per day. I was wondering, why only so few leave a note or request. Tell me and I will do everything possible. A blog needs two components, someone to start it, and all of you out there to keep it alive. I know, you like Tango music, the way I dust it, now, please do your bit. It is most appreciated from a guy with skills, who wants the best possible Tango music for all to enjoy. Thanks.
AND, I have another passion…
the mad Philosopher, you could call in there,
if you want to read a bit of mind expanding stuff click here