BTW, have you been there? This vid is a token, that tango is a living and breathing organism, nothing stolen from the museum.
I like at the most, that Pablo and Dana get involved with the music. There is nothing prepared and mechanical in their interpretations, as I have seen otherwise. Sometimes it seems rather a bit halting as if they were waiting for an answer, and then kind of a dialogue between Beltango and the couple comes up.
I like that piece really. It is a whole tanda in itself, aspects of tango, canyengue, milonga..... all put together in a fluent stream.