Monthly Archives: November 2010

My Tango lessons: Gentlemen, resist the temptation

Gentlemen, resist the temptation to demonstrate how many fancy figures you can (or cannot) perform on a crowded dance floor. Believe me there is no lady going to complain about you performing too few figures and sequences if you only…, … Continue reading

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Good old Mirada and good old Cabeceo

Actually I thought the question who invites to dance at Argentine Tango has been settled once and for all. However seeing all the discussions in Tango lists and forums questions it seems to be a permanent issue. But fear not! … Continue reading

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My Tango Lessons: How to do the embrace right

Argentine Tango  is very often described as “walking together in an embrace, following the sound of the music…” This means the embrace is one of the most important things when we are dancing Tango. Actually the embrace can influence strongly … Continue reading

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My tango lessons: The trick with the left arm

My tango lessons: The trick with the left arm Many Argentine Tango dancers specially among those who consider themselves traditional dancers, seem to think it to be important to keep their left arm held in a very strong, even rigid … Continue reading

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