Các kết hợp Sacada cổ điển - Adv - Walking Sacadas Into Front Ochos

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This step can be very showy.

For The Leaders:

  • Remember to let your right arm slide out
  • Help the follower over pivot by giving her a little extra momentum at the end of her normal sized pivot
  • Maintain your axis
  • Study the placement of your sacada-ing foot

For The Followers:

  • Let your left arm slide as much as you need so that you are almost turning away from the leader
  • Step long
  • Remember to step long with your whole body, pushing forward a little through the lower core
  • Slightly face back towards the leader with your head and upper body but don't contort your body to get more facing.
Tên nghệ sĩ:
Orchestra Berretin
Tên bài hát:
The Elizabeth
Tiêu đề album:
Electrotango Vol. 1
Trang nghệ sĩ:
http://www.tangoberretin.com/

From the artist's website: Alex has been dancing Argentine Tango since 1997 and teaching worldwide since 1998, including performances in Buenos Aires. He has run his all-Argentine tango studio, Tango Berretin, in Portland, Oregon since 2001 and has also studied the bandoneon since 2001 currently directing his sextet.

00:06
We start with front ochos as normal.
00:10
But I’m going to have her step
in the line away from me.
00:14
So that I can go to her trailing foot
and it can travel.
00:17
And I’m stepping pretty big.
00:18
Yes, good point.
00:20
So ladies, you really want -
don’t hesitate with travelling away…
00:24
..and leaders, really throw them away
from you as you go...
00:26
..forward so you have room.
00:29
Some people say that, when
you’re doing sacadas…
00:33
..the leaders should just lead it
and you should be able to do it...
00:36
..at whatever time it’s happening.
00:38
I teach our students that, if you know
the guys is doing a sacada,…
00:41
..cut him a little bit of a break on your collection.
00:44
So that he has that little bit of extra time,
if he needs it, to get his foot in there.
00:49
And then, once you get a rhythm going,
you don’t have to do that.
00:53
I saw David's expression says he doesn't agree.
00:55
I don’t agree with that.
00:56
I know.
00:57
It’s okay.
00:59
So I change and I'll actually pivot her way
away from me...
01:02
...so I can grab the back foot, way away.
And then it travels.
01:09
If I don’t trip her.
01:11
N: You didn't trip me.
D: Oh, good.
01:16
Notice that her left arm can slide around,
so that it doesn’t get in the way.
01:20
You want to be careful of keeping it up here
on the front of the shoulder...
01:23
..and then it gets very uncomfortable.
01:26
That's, I think, one of the harder things about tango
in the beginning is...
01:29
..for both of us to learn how much my left arm
and his right arm can travel, needs to travel.
01:38
Now, as I shift towards her trailing leg,
I’m going to be sending her away...
01:43
..so that her body vacates that space.
01:46
And likewise, here, I’m sending her that way
as I’m going forward...
01:50
..so her body vacates that space.
01:55
It's a lot harder to do slowly.
01:57
D: Do one last time?
N: Okay.