Difference between revisions of "The Entropy Tango (song)"

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==Publishing History==
 
==Publishing History==
 
* [[The Entropy Tango (novel)|The Entropy Tango]], New English Library, 1981 (hc) - as 'Entropy Tango'
 
* [[The Entropy Tango (novel)|The Entropy Tango]], New English Library, 1981 (hc) - as 'Entropy Tango'
* The Entropy Tango]], New English Library, 1987 (pb) - as 'Entropy Tango'
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* The Entropy Tango, New English Library, 1987 (pb) - as 'Entropy Tango'
 
* [[The Entropy Tango and Gloriana Demo Sessions]], CD, Noh Poetry Records, 2008 (Track 1) 2:55  
 
* [[The Entropy Tango and Gloriana Demo Sessions]], CD, Noh Poetry Records, 2008 (Track 1) 2:55  
  

Latest revision as of 09:56, 7 June 2014

The Entropy Tango is a song written by Michael Moorcock and Pete Pavli. It takes the form, unsurprisingly, of a tango.

The song contains references not only to the Pierrot and Columbine characters from the Commedia dell'arte but also (in passing) The Winds of Limbo.

On the album The Entropy Tango & Gloriana Demo Sessions it is sung by Michael Moorcock.

Publishing History

Omnibus Publications

The Entropy Tango (fragment)

The second and third verses of 'The Entropy Tango' are published as part of a musical score in a number of Jerry Cornelius collections.

Publishing History