Argentine Tango Steps

    The Sweep or Drag (Barrida or Arrastre)

    This uniquely tango step requires the leader to use one of his feet to move the follower’s foot using a…
    Argentine Tango Steps

    The Dangers of the Back Step in a Crowded Milonga

    In a crowded Milonga, it’s dangerous for the leader to step backwards against the line of dance. There are several…
    Argentine Tango Steps

    Adornos: Golpes or Toe Taps

    One kind of Adorno is Golpes (Toe Taps). Normally when taking a step the foot glides along just above the floor as…
    Argentine Tango Steps

    The Sentada (Sitting)

    The sentada is executed by the follower mounting, or appearing to mount, the lead’s supporting leg. It is sometimes used as a…
    Argentine Tango History

    Neotango

    The development of argentine tango did not end with Tango Nuevo. 21st-century tango is known as Neotango, “Electro Tango” or…
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