Tango - Works of Music

Works of Music

  • Tango in D, composition by Isaac AlbĂ©niz
  • At least two compositions by Igor Stravinsky
  • Tango (Patty Larkin album), an album released in 1991 by American folk-singer Patty Larkin
  • Tango (Julio Iglesias album), an album released in 1996 by Spanish Latin-singer Julio Iglesias
  • Tango (SONiA & disappear fear album) (2007), World & Latin American music album
  • "Tango", a song on the 2006 album, Public Warning by British grime-singer Lady Sovereign
  • Tango (Negative album)
    • "Tango" (song), the title track

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