Словарь Vals - Turning Left Foot Basic

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We think the key point in this video is really that you can change any step, weight shift or side step, etc. into a step that you can turn. So the question is: "how do I replace one part of one step to turn it?"

Имя исполнителя:
Trio Garufa
Название песни:
Vals San Nom
Название альбома:
Tango En El Mate
Сайт исполнителя:
http://www.triogarufa.com

From website: Trio Garufa is an international ensemble dedicated to performing authentic Argentine music. They have performed across Argentina, Canada and the US. Trio Garufa performs traditional Argentine tango, modern tango styles such as Astor Piazzolla's music or electro tangos, original tango compositions, and Argentine folk music. Their music is exciting, virtuosic, and rooted in the dance. They are the only tango ensemble in the US to have performed extensively in the milongas (tango dance clubs) of Buenos Aires. The group includes Guillermo García, guitar (Argentina) Adrian Jost, bandoneon (Switzerland) and Sascha Jacobsen, string bass (California).

00:05
If we do a normal left foot basic:
00:09
Side, he changes, she doesn't, we start out both people left, right, she crosses.
00:16
Here, instead of him doing that extra step...
00:19
I'm not, I'm not going to step, I'm going to go side,
00:23
And I'm going to subtract a step. I'll rotate her around me... and then we both step. And she crosses.
00:30
That's kind of cool.
00:31
It is. And it's great for the flow of a vals.
00:34
So, if you look at the leader's footwork,
00:38
We've got: side, and then I rotate, and she steps, and then we move on through.
00:47
And, for the followers, you've got: side, and then he'll step you around him.
00:56
And notice that, as I am stepping around him,... my invisible partner, Sam.
01:02
We go up, over, and I keep my body pretty far forward.
01:06
And then, as the leader pushes through you, that completes the shift, so you can go out together.
01:12
It's got a beautiful flow to it, this step.
01:16
So, we'll do it slowly: side, she goes around me. I go through her. We change, and go on.
01:23
And then we fall off. But we'll do it again.
01:28
Side, she goes around me. I go through her, and we exit.
01:33
And now, if we do it as we really would, not in super-slow motion, and to this music:
01:37
Da-da-ta-pa.
01:51
And, you'll notice, there's a sense that my body really turns, and it keeps going.
01:56
It's really got a great flow. Did we say that already?
01:59
We did.