Tạo khả năng làm việc - Possibilities: Wacky Examples

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We had fun with this. (We have fun with a lot of it).

Tên nghệ sĩ:
Trio Garufa
Tên bài hát:
Oblivion
Tiêu đề album:
El Rumor De Tus Tangos
Trang nghệ sĩ:
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).

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So, we're going to pick two wacky examples.
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And we're going to start with something that's...
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Maybe stretching the boundary of what's tango. And then we'll make it more tango.
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So, for example, we do this just as movement.
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And a new constraint, just for fun:
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She's going to be on her left leg, I'm on my right leg,
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And we are offset.
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So the hips are not facing.
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And from...
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And that's the rule, that our hips are not allowed to face.
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And that I'm on my right leg, and she's on her left.
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And from within this, let's say my motion is I point backwards, and then I come back.
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But I point backwards so far, that I even slide away from her some.
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And this time, I'm going to bring her with me, so we have what initially is a traditional lunge.
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But I'll slide off.
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And then we'll take that...
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How, what was it you were doing with your right hand to make it go here and down? For some reason, it did.
01:06
What did I do?
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Somehow the hand slid to here? Do you remember?
01:09
Oh, yes, yes,yes, yes.
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How did it get there?
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You went like this. I think.
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Why did I do that?
01:18
I have no idea, but you did.
01:19
Okay, so, for some reason I did this.
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Which is obviously not tango, but...
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We're looking for wacky things.
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So, the arm is coming up, and it went down.
01:29
OK, I probably did the head loop, which is sort of more salsa, but hey.
01:34
So, we go into this lunge, and I'm like, "Come here". It slides and then, as I came up,
01:39
Her arm slid, I popped it with my knee into my hand.
01:43
And that's certainly wacky.
01:45
Nancy: But kinda cool.
David: Wacky, but fun.
01:46
It's kind of cool, yes, very fun.
01:47
So, one more time:
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Lead-follow, I pressure in, and a little bit up to get her unmoving,
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And then I do down, and towards me. As I go back, she goes back.
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I'm lifting the arm up over, and right here, it runs out of arm.
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We both run out of arm.
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And then we let it slide, and it'll slide down. As we come down,
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If it stops - that's fine. If it keeps sliding, that's fine.
02:09
In either case, let it go all the way down, just to say - let it go.
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You can even... Wait, don't do. You don't know what's coming.
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You can grab her leg with your knee, and pop it up, and come in.
02:19
That was my arm that you grabbed with your knee.
02:21
Oh, I grabbed her forearm right here. I came in underneath, and I popped it up.
02:27
That's pretty cool.
02:28
For the close-up, a little bit hard with my knee, but I went to the side, I went underneath and then I pushed it up.
02:36
And you can, you can do this, and then, with the facing, what do we do?
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And the answer is, with the facing, as I'm going back,
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It's always about the partner. Right now, I'm going to be towards and then I'm going to shift to be away.
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So, I'm towards as I go back, and I'm away as I go forward, just 'cause.
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So, we're here...
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And then I go away, and then I'll pop it, and come back to her.
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So, that's a very wacky example, that's maybe on the verge of what's tango, but you can get the idea.
03:09
Definitely very wacky, and definitely something David would do socially if he felt like it.
03:13
Finding lead-follow, making it work, finding the angle and making it work.