双重时间和Traspie - A Couple Of Double Time Examples

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Many times, milonga combinations make perfectly fine tango combinations (for a rhythmic style of tango) with different styling. The reverse often can't be said.

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Or again, other direction.
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And, you'll notice, they're really small steps, because it's fast.
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Just breaking this step apart, in slow motion:
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We've got two walks: one, two, in-line with contra-body.
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And then, a one, two, three... and a slow change.
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So, to the camera, for the leaders, I'm going one, two, a one, two, three... slow change.
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Away from the camera:
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This is half-time. Actually, is it? No, it's not half-time.
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It feels like half-time, because I'm stepping so slow... small. One more time.
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And then, for the follower, you have the natural opposite.
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Remember, followers, that when you do this, to keep the body forward, and to keep the thighs tight.
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And to hold on for dear life.
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David says he gives permission to hold on a little tight, when you do this; I give you permission to hold on really tight.
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Let's show the other one.
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OK. Different combination:
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Also double-time.
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What was that? Oh, right, right.
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And people ask me all the time, how do I follow that?
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N: It's really easy to lead, and it's easy to follow.
D: It's not easy to lead.
N: It is, sure it is!
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You get down on your hands and knees before it starts, and you beg, abjectly, and they'll do what you say.
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D: Please, please, quick step, rock, back, side, forward, and step.
N: Yeah, it's very easy to lead.
02:05
Apart from that, I don't follow it. I don't even try to follow it. I just hold on for dear life, and let him move both of us.
02:13
Right, because the physical connection can be very fast,
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Let your body react very rapidly. But the mind trying to get it is always too slow.
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If he moves, and then you have to think what it is he did, and then you have to try to do it, he's already moved four steps by then.
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In slow motion, this was:
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Point, and... And, actually, it's a mini rock, so I'm going to say: check, and, check, and, check, and, step.
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Or, you can do both sides, right, check, and, check, and, odd side.
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You really wouldn't do that side typically, because it's odd for the leader to go back left.
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Let's do one more time, two more times.