Oscar Casas + Annarosa Cappelletti are dancing a slow tango in this video and so I think that it's actually the way the couple would dance to this song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqFtkGkf6QM What interests me here is Oscar's embrace and the fact that there appears to be lots of leg/foot room to do whatever comes to mind, for him. Could someone (who is certain) name his style of embrace? I am a bit confused between the differences of; Close-embrace, Abrazo-Milonguero, "V" embrace, Apilado, half open, half closed, etc., all in the close embrace arena. When I had my practice session with a very advanced follow, she insisted that my close embrace come straight onto her..shoulders parallel with some small weight sharing at the sternum. The problem was that I just couldn't seem to step outside and walk around the embrace/ I was stuck parallel footed, straight on and it felt like a straight jacket. O.K. I'm not sure where I'm going with this..it's just that; I want the connection, more than anything else except musicality, but I also want a feeling of freedom and room to move..any and all comments are gratefully sought..I just hope that we can be in agreement on the exact naming of the embrace that Oscar is using and do you think that it is what will give me what I'm looking for? I still have no one to practice with and the live trio, who played at the milongas here, has gone to Europe. So, I'm stuck with only YouTube to study but I will be in Phila. at the end of may...like landing in Tango heaven!