Örnek Bir Koreografi - Part 1 - Intro

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There are lots of different ways of getting onto the dance floor.

Getting on the Dance Floor

Sanatçı adı:
Mandragora Tango
ŞARKI ADI:
Adios Nonino
Albüm Başlığı:
Let's Have Dinner And Go Dancing
Sanatçı Web Sitesi:
http://www.mandragoratango.com

From website: Mandrágora Tango is a tango band headed by bandoneonist Bob Barnes and guitarist Scott Mateo Davies, 2 Minneapolis-based musicians who are wildly passionate about tango. We have been playing tango for dancing and listening since 2001 and we are still going strong. We've played in over 40 cities all over the United States.

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And so, at the beginning of this, we're going to start pretty far away. So, I really want you to take large steps.
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So that there's this sense of traveling, of distance.
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So, when we start, first, I'm going to do this... movement, and she's going to do the same movement.
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So, it goes, da-ram-pam-pa-ram-pi-da-dam, bum, bum, bum. You'll hear it shortly.
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And I'll point out far... turn, cut... and reach to her.
00:30
And you see, it travels. So, doing it with the music:
00:40
Yeah, we weren't far enough, so we crossed. But, you want to be pretty far, so that, when I do that ta-ta-da-da-ti-da-da,
00:49
And she does the same, ta-ta-ta-ta-da-da-ti-da-da, we're right here in front of each other.
00:55
And for the audience, at another angle, you want to pass pretty close.
00:58
So, if we do it this way to the camera, and we're going to step small, so it can be seen.
01:03
So, let's see... Actually, you'd be facing the camera, I'd be facing away.
01:07
So, it goes, da-da-da-da-di-da-da... And I go here. And she does the same thing, da-da-da-da-di-da-da.
01:13
And, you want to think that you pass right by each other.
01:16
For the audience that's on the other side, so they get something too. As you pass, and then... Then you miss each other almost.
01:23
So, after that initial thing, da-da-da-da-di-da-da... So, I'll do it once, she'll do it once.
01:30
And then, she does it bum-bum-bum, comes in. Right here, we'll both cut behind, da-da-da-da-di-da-da, and reach the other way.
01:42
And then, bum-bum-bum, on the return, I'm stepping around in front of her, and we collect.
01:51
Next time it goes da-da-pa-pa-pi-da-da, that's a slow lunge for her, going away from me.
01:57
And then, on the bum-bum-bum, I'm coming towards her.
02:03
And that's your intro.
02:06
You hear this phrase four times. Each time it takes a count of eight.
02:12
And, in each one of these, because it's repeated, we do something that's repeated. But we add variety, right?
02:17
Once it's me, once it's her. Once it's both of us, but away. And once, it's her, and then me going towards her.
02:30
So, remember, as you're performing this, the passion, intensity.
02:36
And now it's your turn to do.
02:39
D: She can't slump as well as I can slump.
J: No, I can't.
02:42
Right? So, instead of being, "Ugh", I want you to be... Here, for the close-up camera.
02:49
If she's here, and I'm here. And I'm like this.
02:54
There's nothing. Watch, I'll even look at her.
03:01
She's thinking, "David is a dork. David is a dork".
03:05
So, really, really, really, you need to... Watch the difference. Here's one place,
03:17
And there's another, right? So, really, really, I want you to lengthen a lot in your body. And then, also, when you step.
03:24
As we're here, if I'm... It's a very different thing, dramatically. If I'm here and I go, da-da-pa-da-da-pi-da-da,
03:30
And she does the same, ba-da-ba-ba-da-pi-da-da. That's one thing.
03:35
It's a very different thing, if you really... Shoot, oh, you're so close.
03:40
That's one step, right? OK, she's like, "I hope you make it, Jessica".
03:46
So, I'm here, I reach. I cut, I say, "Hello". And then, she reaches, she cuts, and she says, "Hello".
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And then, the audience says, "Wow, something happened!"