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Lead Ganchos

…further yapping, let’s dive into Lead Ganchos! frank registered. be like frank. 😉 Have you seen our Gancho Video Series ? We have over 24 different Ganchos for you to learn from! Follower Ganchos, Lead Ganchos, Gooey Ganchos, Svelt Ganchos, and the Four Common Ganchos, and more! Over 6 hours of Gancho videos. Go look and start your Gancho journey today! See > All Our Gancho Videos barbara wanted to lead milonga! she subscribed to milonga madness.  What is a Gancho ? In it’s simplest form, in the modern vernacular of Tango, it is a hooking of the free leg around your partner’s leg…

Gooey Ganchos

…registered. be like frank. 😉 Have you seen our Gancho Video Series ? We have over 24 different Ganchos for you to learn from! Follower Ganchos, Lead Ganchos, Gooey Ganchos, Svelt Ganchos, and the Four Common Ganchos, and more! Over 6 hours of Gancho videos. Go look and start your Gancho journey today! See > All Our Gancho Videos barbara wanted to lead milonga! she subscribed to milonga madness.  What is a Gancho ? In it’s simplest form, in the modern vernacular of Tango, it is a hooking of the free leg around your partner’s leg or thigh. It is an interruption of the…

Four Common Ganchos

…to learn from! Follower Ganchos, Lead Ganchos, Gooey Ganchos, Svelt Ganchos, and the Four Common Ganchos, and more! Over 6 hours of Gancho videos. Go look and start your Gancho journey today! See > All Our Gancho Videos barbara wanted to lead milonga! she subscribed to milonga madness.  What is a Gancho ? In it’s simplest form, in the modern vernacular of Tango, it is a hooking of the free leg around your partner’s leg or thigh. It is an interruption of the extension phase of the step, which can (not always) result in the lifting of the respondent’s leg either as a…

Eight Follower Ganchos

…like frank. 😉 Have you seen our Gancho Video Series ? We have over 24 different Ganchos for you to learn from! Follower Ganchos, Lead Ganchos, Gooey Ganchos, Svelt Ganchos, and the Four Common Ganchos, and more! Over 6 hours of Gancho videos. Go look and start your Gancho journey today! See > All Our Gancho Videos barbara wanted to lead milonga! she subscribed to milonga madness.  What is a Gancho ? In it’s simplest form, in the modern vernacular of Tango, it is a hooking of the free leg around your partner’s leg or thigh. More the thigh more than anything else. Secondarily, it is…

Ganchos

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Building Blocks #3

…are) inside El Golpe. And if you don’t know what either the Habanera Rhythm is or what “El Golpe” is, you can see it them both here. The second of these elements is used very infrequently, the Gooey Gancho, and in our opinion not enough, as it is one of the more beautiful forms of the Gancho. But due to the Gancho having been overused and forced onto so many Followers that they rightfully have a distaste of and fear of it, it’s no wonder that it’s not exactly the most popular vocabulary on the block. And lastly, this is…

Argentine Wraps

…betcha! And a lot more. See > All The Sacadas and The Ultimate Sacada Bundle the traveling ocho eluded him. he subscribed. he’s better now. What is an Argentine Enganche (or “Wrap”) ? The Enganche is a family of tango movements, and the Argentine Wrap is a limited subset of the Enganche that we want to explore. An Enganche can be but is not limited to where the dancer’s free leg, can engage their partner’s free leg or the open space between their legs in a myriad of different ways through either a Gancho, a Ganchito, a Rebound, un Libre Pierna (a free leg) Columpio (swing), or…

Advice 080 – Berlin

…videos & more. Have you seen our Musical Interpretation Series ? It covers Walking, Traveling Ochos, Milonguero Ochos, The Argentine Cross, and the Follower’s Molinete and how to use them to interpret the Music in a structured but highly creative and inventive way: Using the 5 Musical Pauses! See > All Our Musical Interpretation Videos ben was mr. gancho. he subscribed. now he walks & his partners love him. Last, but not least, this one is going to cause some upset that it’s being singled out, there will certainly be some confusion over it, if not some statements of “that’s not true!” or “lies”…

Thought 134 – Getting Into The Encuentro

…a little variation to the equation: The Ocho Cortado, Media Lunas, and Close Embrace Sacadas. For the Marathon environment, it’s a slightly wider vocabulary spectrum that may include Colgadas, Volcadas, Wraps, Ganchos and most certainly a wide variety of Boleos! It should be noted that you don’t need to possess all of these things, but let’s just say that having mastered them and using them on a regular basis…will help you out later on. Fourth and lastly, understand that this is about ‘Social Dancing’ with a near-exclusive, if not extreme, emphasis on Musical Interpretation within the line and lane of…

Crossing Sacada Turn

…– 00:00:58 Section 11 – A Variation On A Theme – 00:03:47Section 12 – The Close Embrace Version – 00:01:34 Section 13 – With A Metronome/Closure – 00:02:34 Related Videos Mentioned In This Article:  The Six Ways of Walking – Download Simple Sacadas – Download Close Embrace Sacadas – Article/Download The Argentine Cross – Article/DownloadThe Follower’s Molinete – Download The Self Gancho Exercise/The Self Gancho for Both Roles – Download this video can be purchased through the tango topics store 🙂 The Missing Information. Dearest Reader. TangoTopics is glad that you want to read this Topic, so that you can dig…

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