Các biến thể cơ bản - Beg / Int - Basic With Delayed Weight Change

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There's something that feels especially "tango" about movements which have a pivot and then a perfectly timed breath to the leaders stepping back and the follower stepping forward. There needs to be a sense of suspension at that moment where he steps around and she doesn't step and a sense of moving through at the end of her pivot where the leader steps back and the follower forward.

Tên nghệ sĩ:
Alex Krebs
Tên bài hát:
Bailemos
Tiêu đề album:
New York Tango Jam Session
Trang nghệ sĩ:
http://www.tangoberretin.com/

From website: (Alex Krebs) Has been studying the bandoneon since May 2001, directed the tango band "Conjunto Berretin." (with 2 CD's recorded) from 2003-2008, and currently is arranging/directing a tango sextet and arranging/directing an Orquesta Tipica for the Portland Tango Festivals in Feb. and Oct.

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This is actually - it’s my favorite of the basic steps.
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And we call it David’s basic.
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But we decided not to name it that
because...
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..most of the combinations we’re teaching
are David’s combinations.
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So we didn't want to make this -
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Stand out - "Oh what? The other aren’t."
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Right.
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It’s got this really cool squiggle in it
that’s very fun.
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And it can turn any degree.
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Right now I’m turning it at 180,
so it’s good for the camera.
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Really what we’re doing,
the first part is we’re delaying the weight shift.
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Normally -
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The weight shift for the man.
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For the man.
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Normally when we do a basic, side, one, two…
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..she crosses and he’ll shift weight.
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But I’m not going to.
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I’m going to step with my right foot
and then I would shift here.
01:00
But instead of shifting,
I step around her and then we go on.
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And for the followers, this gives you the opportunity
to have a beautiful styling with your foot.
01:11
So after that cross, he takes you back
and then he goes around you.
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And you see that beautiful tail that my right foot makes,
as it goes to step forward.
01:36
So once again, showing the last half slowly.
01:46
It goes through for the leader, back for the follower.
01:49
He goes around her. She pivots,
foot makes a tail, we extend.
01:55
Now I want to make one comment for the leader
about going around the follower.
01:58
This comes up pretty frequently.
01:59
I’ll say he goes around her, but what happens is,
your body is wider than it is narrow.
02:06
And so if I go - think what I did
into the camera.
02:10
This is wider than this.
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And so if I go around her and I put my feet here,
but I go straight forward...
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..I’m going to bump into her.
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See that? Can you stand right here.
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So if I go this, straight that way,
I’ll hit her with my right chest.
02:30
Actually let’s do it this way.
02:31
You think I just like moving her.
02:33
So right here if we go forward,
I’d hit her with my chest. Don’t move.
02:36
But if I rotate sideways as I go there -
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Then I have room.
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I can go by.
02:41
And so when I say go around,
you have to rotate the body as well...
02:46
..so you don’t knock the follower
off her axis.
02:48
I think that’s probably the single
most important thing for the leader...
02:51
..and the thing that makes it fun for the followers.