"milonguero" website

Zoopsia59

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#61
So... back to the topic.. which was mushrooms I think...

No wait. It was the website I linked.

My personal reaction to it is that is seems a bit heavy on the side of follower embellishments. I'd hate for people to get an idea that tango occurs in the feet from the knees down.
 
#62
So... back to the topic.. which was mushrooms I think...

No wait. It was the website I linked.

My personal reaction to it is that is seems a bit heavy on the side of follower embellishments. I'd hate for people to get an idea that tango occurs in the feet from the knees down.
I don't like to watch over-embellished dances, like having too much garlic in a dish.;)
 

newbie

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#63
"It's supposed to embellish, you know.", I heard a teacher say to a beginner who was making one any time she got the chance.
 

AndaBien

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#65
"It's supposed to embellish, you know.", I heard a teacher say to a beginner who was making one any time she got the chance.
One of the most miserable dances I ever had was when on every ocho to my partner's R, she had to stop and catch my R foot with her L, no exceptions. I had to figure out how to dance without that particular lead.
 

newbie

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#66
I've got somthing similar once, a follower who would touch my foot in passing, every time she was doing a front ocho (just after her pivot; there is usually a leader's foot near). Once I noticed, our tango became more corrida-like, as I evaded the touch by swiftly moving my foot out of reach. Ole! Ole!
 

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