Peralihan Mudah - From Back Ochos To Infinity

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While this is an oversimplification, certainly a large part of the vocabulary in tango is about stepping to left, right, forward, backwards, weight changes, pivoting around yourself or pivoting around your partner. Typically, if we think about transitioning from ochos to something, we can connect the pivot in the ocho to the pivot in another step. That's not the only way but it is one very accessible way.

Nama artis:
Narisco Saul
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Biaba
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El Tango de Narisco
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From website - loosely translated: Born in Buenos Aires on June 21, 1957. He began studying music in 1965 starting with the piano and later dedicated to the electric guitar. In 1975 he began to study classical guitar and harmony and in 1977 entered the Juan José Castro Provincial Conservatory, having as teachers Enrique Belloc, Graciela Pomponio, and Pedro Miguel Angel Girollet Chiambaretta among others. Graduated in 1985 with the title of Senior Lecturer of Guitar. Since 1978 works in popular music. In 1979 he began studying jazz with guitarist Mario Andreola. Since 1980 he is professor at the Universidad del Salvador, (Faculty of Music Therapy) and since 1988 the Conservatorio Municipal Manuel de Falla.

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So, this video is called "From Back Ochos to infinity".
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And really, our point is that, just like from front ochos, you can do a whole ton of things, right there.
00:14
That's true of back ochos too. So we're going to show a few of them.
00:18
So, for example, we have back ochos.
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If you want to go to front ochos,
00:28
You say, "Oh, we're already in cross system, all we have to do is change our direction".
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If we do those same back ochos, and let's say we realize we want do do it at a different point,
00:40
You know, I've already pivoted her. I'm, like, "Well, you know what? I'll pivot her back".
00:44
Yeah, it's cool the way that works.
00:46
And go back into it.
00:47
So, transition between back ocho and front ocho is very easy, very natural.
00:52
What are some of the other things we did? Gancho.
00:55
Yep.
00:56
So, the same thing with a back ocho, and here,
00:58
Because it's already going around, it is very natural to keep it over-pivoted and just keep going around.
01:03
And there's a gancho.
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For example, we did a freno.
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We can do that same back ocho. They're getting tired of the back ocho.
01:14
And, so, before, we did freno here.
01:19
Which is completely legit, what I just did, although it's sort of odd.
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So let's do that again, we're in back ocho,
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Nancy: There it is.
David: But we could also do... I'm getting carried away, you know.
01:32
Yes.
01:33
How many ways of showing freno should I show?
01:35
Oh, that's so cool!
01:35
But with the other leg, which is maybe more natural.
01:37
That's very cool.
01:38
You can do that wrap.
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In the wrap...
01:41
Actually, let's do that last one again, to that camera, ok?
01:44
Sure.
01:46
So, we're in back ocho.
01:53
I just think that's really cool.
02:00
Oh, right we were doing it with wrap.
02:04
So, the same as with front ocho, because we're in cross system, we have to go to parallel system, so I change weight.
02:10
And then I'll pivot her just enough, so that I can sneak my foot in there,
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And then pull her into a wrap.
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Which is the sort of path of least distance in a back ocho.