INDE X
Page numbers in italics refer to illustra-
tions; those followed by “n” indicate
endnotes.
3–2–2 rhythm, 205–6, 229–30
14 con el tango, 18, 95–96, 116n30
abrazo abierto (open embrace), 188, 235
accompaniment patterns, 205–6, 206
“Adios Nonino” (song), 31n52
aesthetic surgery industry, 178–79,
195nn26–27, 196n29
African diaspora, 11
African origins of tango, argued, 27n20,
29n37, 67, 237
Afro-Uruguayan subjects in art, 88–89, 91
After Hopper (Kaplan), 109, 110
age in milongas, 177–78, 179
“A la gran muñeca” (song), 208
“Alguien le dice al Tango” (poem, song),
60, 65, 68, 75–76
El alma que canta (magazine), 51, 59n31
El alma que pinta (Schvartz), 103–6
Alonso, Carlos, 96–100, 99, 116nn34–35
“Amasijo habitual” (song), 44
Amette, Cardinal, 5
“Amurado” (song), 48
“Anclao en París” (song), 119, 131
Andalusian tango, 35
Andermann, Jens, 136–37
Andrews, George Reid, 11
“A Nicanor Paredes” (song), 68
Antoniotti, Daniel, 30n42
“Araca París” (song), 119, 120
Argentine national and social culture:
cultural politics of música popular,
213–16; exile and Argentine particu-
larity, 122, 124–25; French-Argentine
difference and explanation, 124–29;
meat, cultural place of, 99; tango lyrics
and social imagining, 50–52. See also
Buenos Aires
argots, lunfardo compared to, 41
Arlt, Roberto, 10
Arolas, Eduardo, 123, 129–30, 132–33
arrabal, 95, 245
arrabaleros, 45
El Arranque (orchestra), 153–56
arrastres, 205
art and visual culture, tango in: Afro-
Uruguayan subjects in, 88–89; Alonso,
96–100, 99; Artistas del Pueblo and
Social Realism, 85–86; Basaldúa,
92–93, 94; Bellocq, 85–86, 87; Cañás
and 14 con el tango, 95–96, 97; Figari,
86–90, 91; filete, 83–85; Gardel por-
traits, 14–15; Kaplan, 108–9, 110; López,
109–11, 110; Mac Entyre, 107–8, 108;
Muscia, 106–7, 107; Patrone and Die
Tango-Idee, 101–3, 104; Pettoruti and
abstract art, 90, 92, 93; relationship
between tango and art, 82–83; Sábat,
111–13, 112; Schvartz, 103–6, 106; Tango
Argentino and, 101, 102; Torrallardona,
93–95, 94
arte de caminar and arte de conversar,
tango as, 7
Artistas del Pueblo, 85–86, 90
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