可能性を働かせる - Lead and Follow for Anything

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  • Translational at same level
  • Rotational around her
  • Rotational around him
  • Push Up or Down
アーティスト名:
Zully Goldfarb
曲名:
Friling
アルバムタイトル:
De Donde Viene Mi Voz
アーティストウェブサイト:
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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There are leads where you move your partner.
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Those leads are I"m "going to say roughly at the same level. so, I can say to her:
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"Go away from me."
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He would never say that.
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"Come towards me"
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That's the one, that's the good one.
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If both arms move, or the whole body moves, I can say:
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"Go around me".
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If I spin her, this is rotational - "Go around yourself".
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Front ocho, back ocho, boleo, part of molinette.
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A small part, the bigger part is the other kind.
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If I want her to extend along the floor,
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Then, instead of it being about this, it's more downward and then outward, downward and then in.
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So, for example, if I want her to extend out - I say this.
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And then I extend out.
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It could be to any direction.
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Same lead, when you're going to the side,
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Because her feet are more narrow from the side,
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If you watch here, I do a much more subtle lead to the side.
01:03
Or to the other side.
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Then I would do, necessarily, if I were going to the back. In which case, I\it can go a lot more.
01:10
You see, that's more macroscopic movement.
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If you wanted to be in the air with a leg - gancho, boleo, anything like that,
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You'll see, in the embrace, we lift up.
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And then it can go forward.
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Or up, and then around.
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Well, what if you put that one together. Put that one together. I didn't like the way that looked.
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That's the way it supposed to be.
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If... So, we have up, we have down,
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When you bring it up, then you can...
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After you've gotten the leg up, then you don't have to worry about her stepping.
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So, then you can bring it...
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That's true!
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Right, she's out there, she starts hopping madly.
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So, because you don't have to worry about her stepping, after you get her leg off the floor,
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Then you can start to move the free leg, by swinging it in different directions.
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And that's really what we do do when we're in the lean, and then he's moving it around.
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Right, so, for example, I'm here.
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I can pull the leg forward, for example.
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Let's say I get my leg out of the way. Why not?
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Bring it in, up over. And that was led, right?
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She had no idea.
Yeah, I had no idea what he was going to do.
02:14
Nancy: I frequently have no idea what he's going to do.
David: So, we have transitional, which is at the same level,
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Rotational around her, rotational around him.
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And then, if you push up or down, and then in some direction,
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You can cause the free leg to move in lots of interesting ways.