How do mobilities in tango and salsa demonstrate a changing dynamic in inclusivi

How do mobilities in tango and salsa demonstrate a changing dynamic in inclusivity (or exclusivity) of music’s social role?
Step One: Write on Origins
How did the tango originate?
Inclusivity/Exclusivity: Who (or what) was included/excluded in the origins of tango?
How did this dynamic change over the course of the genre’s popularity?
How does the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4ELzf0u7Q8) you watched echo the history of the tango?
In the end, how did the mobilities of tango benefit the genre for Argentina?
How did salsa originate?
Inclusivity/Exclusivity: Who (or what) was included/excluded in the origins of salsa?
What were the forces behind the migration of salsa? (ie. explain salsa’s mobilities)
Step Two: Write on Social Role
What was the social role of tango in the beginning?
Step Three: Write on Urbanization
How did urbanization affect tango?
What about urbanization’s effect on salsa?
Step Four: Write on Sound by examining EWM 10.2 “El Choclo”
How would you describe the timbre of the bandoneon?
How do the temporal components of tango (tempo, meter, rhythm) change?
Not all tango-like compositions are danceable. Does this sound like you could dance to it? Why or why not?
Can you identify the spatial components (melody, harmony) of this piece easily? Why or why not?
Step Five: Write on Mood
After watching this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMm3lt5xkF4), how does salsa differ from tango in expression? Why?
Does salsa seem more inclusive than tango to the general population? Why or why not?

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