Membuat Kemungkinan Kerja - Tango Possibilities: The Look

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One thing that happens as you get more serious which is really cool and really fun is that you start to understand the applicability of what you're learning in dance to other areas of life. Sometimes, it's really explicit, like this video. Or sometimes, it's about becoming a better public speaker and using your body to influence the audience or learning how to be more affectionate. In time, it also effects how you live your life (in obvious ways and also in subtle wonderful ways).

Possibilities

Nama artis:
Zully Goldfarb
Tajuk lagu:
A Shpilgueton
Tajuk Album:
De Donde Viene Mi Voz
Laman Web Artis:
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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This is the tango look.
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Well, not really.
00:13
Eh, it could be.
00:15
The idea is to take anything that you do, and then make it look tango.
00:20
Nancy: So what would that be?
David: So, for example, let's take
00:24
An example we had before, just being silly, where we had her bicycle.
00:28
And then I'd bicycle.
00:30
Why are you calling that silly? I think it's very serious.
00:33
I love you.
00:34
But if I do it like this, then, you know,
00:35
She goes, I go, she goes...
00:39
That's, eh, OK.
00:41
But in the upper body - nothing special is happening, so...
00:46
So, we do the same thing, but notice first our hips come very subtly towards each other.
00:51
And then, as I lead her, in my upper body I'm towards her, and she's towards me.
00:55
So, in the face, there's this look.
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It's this slight angling towards.
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So, it's a slight angling towards, I'm not here in his face, into his eyes,
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I'm trying to get into his face, but not quite succeeding.
01:09
And I realize, I forgot,
01:11
I was going to give an example of lead from our previous exploring.
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So, I'll say that in this chapter, and it can be an extension of the earlier chapter.
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So, when I'm leading her to do that bicycle,
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Right here, I'm saying to her:
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"Come in, up, over".
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So, if you watch this hand, it goes in, up, over, in, up, over.
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David: So, it was led, actually, this time.
Nancy: It was.
01:35
It was, I didn't really know what he wanted me to do in the beginning.
01:38
And it can be any direction, this look.
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So, I could be facing away from her, right? So we could be here,
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Give me your hand too, just in case.
01:46
So we could be here, and then you'll see my upper body, my upper back goes back to her.
01:51
So, even though the face is away, I say, "Oh".
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Instead of saying, "Oh".
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Here, I'm just away.
01:58
Here, I'm away, but about her.
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So, wherever you are, I want you to think,
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That it's not that you're just away, it's that you're - away.