'Ojos Negros' Builds on Saluzzi's Tango Legacy Dino Saluzzi, a master of Argentina's tango music, has been quietly building a legacy since the mid-1980s with his accordion-like bandoneon. Critic Tom Terell tells us about the man, the music and his latest CD, Ojos Negros.

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'Ojos Negros' Builds on Saluzzi's Tango Legacy

'Ojos Negros' Builds on Saluzzi's Tango Legacy

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Dino Saluzzi, a master of Argentina's tango music, has been quietly building a legacy since the mid-1980s. His accordion-like bandoneon is the instrument that defines Argentina's tango music.

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