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Argentine Tango Lesson
Argentine Tango Lesson: An Argentine Tango Lesson Puts You To Dance!
It turns out the Argentine tango is the easiest amongst ballroom dances to grasp and dance well from the start. Its main beat is the slow-slow, that is a stride, and its primary step is the walk itself.
I got to my initial Argentine tango lesson praying not to make a fool out of myself and wishing I would not hurt the instructor. My only comfort was to see like concern on my fellow dancers’ faces.
The instructor, trying to calm us down, began by saying: “Ladies and gentlemen, stop sweating, tango is simple”. She went on: “You have come for your initial Argentine tango lesson and I want to learn what you think of the tango”. A young girl replied, saying she thought tango was chic, and a great way to reveal yourself. The instructor concurred, but still clarified that it depended on the leader and in our ability to move.
Addressing the gentlemen in the room, she said that the leader, supported by the partner, has to infer the music, if not, both would be walking like soldiers. “Relax sirs”, she told them, tango music is ennobling and communicative, and easy to comprehend.
As we had signed up, she speculated we all held some classy moves. The tango demands smooth, flowing, kind of feline-like walk, however, it is on the leader to lead the way into a bittersweet, bright, serious or even sensual style. Also, we discovered, it possesses tons of ornamentation, and our level of ease with the music and dance partner would let us do more or less with these.
As I observed the class, everybody exhibiting a blend of joy, anxiety and embarrassment, I could nothing but think that I was truly excited about this famed Argentine tango lesson I had thought about for almost a year.
I was able to perceive it is a dance that allows you freedom to get proficient while you still enjoy dancing it in a plain fashion until you are capable of mastering the challenging moves, and as long as you have a good partner, you are certain to accomplish it.
All of a sudden, the sublime music began. The instructor stated that the aim of this initial Argentine tango lesson was to immerse us in the tango world, not so much on the dance. Quite valid! Once we began to grasp the workings and value, it was decipherable what we were supposed to do as we danced.
As we heard the blessed Gardel, she expressed every dance possesses its singular music, thus, every composition has to be felt intensely. Using her foot, she tapped on the floor the regular one- two- three- four series that conformed the music’s principal beats and proceeded to walk around the room to this rhythm. Call me crazy, but I joined her, and so did others. I was simply pacing, but I was dancing. It was wonderful!
At first, when I said that I was interested in taking an Argentine tango lesson, my acquaintances joked about it. Today they see me walking back and forth, spin with class and precision, embrace with tons of emotion, smile and have so much fun and they are breathless… and covetous.
For girls only: Which are the cutest soccer players from la Copa America?
I lovee 1)Rafa Marquez of course..But for some reason i think 2)Cambiasso from Argentina is soo cute, almost adoreable..What do you guys think about that?
I think he’s cute because when I saw the World Cup last year he was tearing or crying, because Argentina was defeated..I thought that was too cute..
Note: they’re note in a certain order, is just random..and I bet there’s more cute players just cant remember their name
I use to have such a crush on Cambiasso but he shaved his hair!
So far I like Mascherano, Omar Bravo, Diego Lugano, Roque Santa Cruz, Nery Castillo, and Nelson Cuevas.