Say the name Argentina, and the tango immediately comes to mind
A Tango Orchestra:
Originally, a tango orchestra originally included flutes, guitar, and a trio of violins. By the end of the nineteenth century, a portable organ called an organito was added as was the instrument we now most closely associate with this music, the bandoneón, a type of concertina or accordion.
Carlos Gardel / Astor Piazzolla:
The tango genre produced Carlos Gardel, one of the most influential Latin music singers of all time, who reigned in the 1920s and 1930s.
The tango has undergone its own evolution from its immigrant origins in the urban ghettos, to the dance hall, to the respectable night club, to the concert hall, and beyond. Neo-Tango, developed mostly in Europe, fuses electronic music with traditional instruments. Groups both in the Americas and in Europe, such as the Gotan Project in Paris are experimenting with new ways to experience the tango.