3 लो - Media Vuelta Essence

हमारे मंच पर एक प्रश्न पोस्ट करें यहां
हमारे मंच पर एक प्रश्न पोस्ट करें यहां
टिप्पणियाँ
संगीत
प्रतिलिपि
टैग

On our business card, we have the quote: "Technique must be mastered only because the body must not stand in the way of the soul's expression."

कलाकार का नाम:
Zully Goldfarb
गीत शीर्षक:
Neshumele
एल्बम शीर्षक:
Ciudad De Nostalgia
कलाकार वेबसाइट:
http://www.zully.com.ar/

Complex tangos sung in both spanish and yiddish with great authenticity.

From artist's website about one album: Tells the story of piringundines, from German cabaret to the Buenos Aires tango venue, and with the tango it will take us through a history of crossed destinies, and misunderstandings, love, and forget that we identifys as Argentinians.

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Media vuelta essence is very different for the two of us.
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For me, it’s a lot about flow and magic.
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Because there is the moment of the mutual pivot and then,…
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..if the timing for the leader is absolutely perfect,
the moment of the stepping…
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..forward for the follower, back for the leader,…
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..and it feels tremendously like magic.
00:23
I think. for David, it’s about
something a lot more specific...
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..and also really important.
00:28
And for me, it’s very much about the
changing of the angles of the body.
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So, as I shift from this side to this side,
as she goes around,…
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..there’s this dialogue that’s created
between our space.
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And, as that space changes, it is very interesting,
very cool.
00:43
So let’s talk about each.
00:44
Okay, so it’s really hard for me
to talk about the magic.
00:50
Sometimes we just do it
and, if we do it big enough, you can feel it.
00:54
Or, if you experience it with a really great leader,
as a follower,…
00:57
..when the leader saves most of the pivot
and we do it completely together,…
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..and then you step out completely together,...
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..that’s where the magic is for me.
01:06
It’s a beautiful sigh.
01:07
Yes, it really is.
01:14
That, I'm talking about, that.
01:16
So I really, if I get a leader who can do that,
I can do a whole dance doing only that…
01:24
..and I would not be bored.
01:28
And, if I’m talking about this sense of angling,
watch how…
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..here she’s one place to me
and after she shifts…
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..she’s a different one.
01:38
She’s moving to the other side of my face.
01:41
And then here, she’s in a different place together
and it’s a bad angle for the camera,…
01:45
..but here you see that it’s on this side.
01:48
And when we turn, we return and go through.
01:52
And so there’s this interplay
with the facing of the upper body…
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..that changes constantly.
01:57
And so, if you have the mind free,
then it’s very interesting and very cool.
02:03
David has this special study he’s made of
the angles in tango…
02:06
..and I think his understanding of that
is unique.
02:09
And I think this idea that he’s
talking about is...
02:12
..the beginning of an understanding
about tango angles.