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I think it can be very beneficial for leaders to learn to follow and followers to learn how to lead. Exposure to the other role is good for learning what the other person might expect from you. I think both come away with more of a respect for the ot
There are many differences between beginner, intermediate and advanced dancers, but one is musicality.
Beginner's step on the beat and maybe throw in some double times here and there.
Intermediate dancers change their rhythm, cadence, tiempo, energ
Carmencita dancing milonga in 2000 at 95 Years Old.
To see more videos of her dancing go to my "Favorite Older Milonguero Performances" page.
Canyengue is one of the earliest forms of Tango and was probably the style that was taken over to Paris at the turn of the century. Here is a good demonstration of this style. It is very rhythmic and danced more into the ground than we dance tango to
Elegant performance by Jorge and Maria 'La Turca' Dispari. They are famous dancers and teachers of the Villa Urquiza style of Argentine Tango. He is considered a master of enrosques and she is known for her adornments. Also, she is Gerald
Beautiful and elegant performance by Dante Sanchez y Angelica Avalos dancing at the Sunderland Milonga in Buenos Aires. They are dancing to "El Ingeniero" by Carlos di Sarli
In this second week of classes, we look at perfecting our f
Great performance by Adrian and Amanda Costa. Really nice enrosques at the 1:10sec mark.
Enjoy a live performance by a full Tango orchestra featuring musicians from the Emory Tango Ensemble and the Tango Orchestra Club of Atlanta.