Miješanje početnih elemenata - Interrupting Media Vuelta With the Basic and Front Ochos

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Just because we don't want you to forget:

For the Leaders: If anything ever goes wrong, just keep your cool, switch weight and get back together.

For the Followers: Keep your cool (this is not necessarily easy) and be still with the leader.

Ime izvođača:
Aníbal Troilo
Naslov pjesme:
A Fuego Lento
Naslov albuma:
A Fuego Lento
Web stranica autora:
http://www.troilo.com.ar/

(From Wikipedia): Anibal Troilo was a bandoneon player, composer, arranger and bandleader in Argentina. His orquesta típica was among the most popular with social dancers during the golden age of tango (1940-1955), but he changed to a concert sound by the late 1950s. Troilo's orchestra is best known for its instrumentals and also recorded with many vocalists.

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And you look at that and say,
“What did they do?”
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D: And -
N: That’s what we’re going to teach.
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The answer is that they’re elements
you already know.
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So every element that we just did,
you know.
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So it starts with media vuelta,
interrupted to basic.
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Starting here actually.
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So we have side, forward, she goes around,
she goes around.
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All this is media vuelta.
She keeps pivoting.
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Right here we’re media vuelta still
and normally we exit by...
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..he goes back two,
she goes forward two.
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Instead, we’re going to step side
and go straight into a basic.
01:07
Right so that’s the first point;
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That you can just interrupt the media vuelta,
side, forward.
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You don’t have to go back.
You can go side instead, to your basic.
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Now we did a second interruption,
which we taught you in the earlier chapter...
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..where we interrupted the basic
with front ochos.
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So when we went into this basic...
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...we said well if we’re going to be in the mood
to interrupt things..
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...after the basic right here.
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We did the one where she went into front ochos
out of that cross.
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And then at the end we sort of stopped
and changed weight so we were together.
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Now...
01:45
..this is more about the thing
that we were talking about before...
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..which is that you could do anything,
at any time and anyplace.
01:51
Yes, thank you
01:52
You can just stop the media vuelta
any place you want.
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You can stop the basic
any place you want.
01:57
You can 'Lego' things together
and it’s really cool.
02:02
And so for example if we have our media vuelta,
side, forward, she goes around...
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..if you freeze right here,
normally we keep pivoting.
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So she steps forward and we pivot again.
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Instead of having her take that forward step,
I can just go straight side...
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..she can go straight forward and
magically we’re into front ochos.
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Magically.
02:23
Yes, magically. So again.
02:28
Normally I pivot, she steps forward around
and then I pivot some more.
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However this time...
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..I pivot, she’s on that right foot,
I've pivoted more.
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Now we just go straight into front ochos.
different angle:
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And right here, there we are.
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I step side with her as she steps forward.
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So let’s do this again and I’ll call out
what we’re doing...
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..and you can say,
“Oh wow, that’s right we do know that.”
03:07
Let's see, we actually started over here.
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So we have side, through here is media vuelta,
media vuelta, media vuelta...
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..we pivot, here’s our basic.
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Here instead of doing tango close,
we do front ochos from previous chapters.
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We do media vuelta again.
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But now I say,
“Well we don’t have to finish that media vuelta.”
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And there are our front ochos.
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Isn’t that cool.
03:41
So once again:
anything from anyplace, at anytime.