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Looking at that top one again, the female really does a lot of work in the tango.
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The intensity in the last video reminds me of the dancing in the ‘Tango Scene’ in the film Moulin Rouge.
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It’s so different to other dances.
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Libertango is my favourite, first the dance then the Astor Piazzolla instrumental.
Rossa, the dance you posted is Milonga
I was going to post this also yesterday but didn’t because of the intrusive ad at the beginning (I hate those ads!)
enjoy your dancing whatever variant you choose
and for James, yes I know it’s the lazy man’s dance. Why do you think I love it
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JD, I saw Milonga on the side of the dance floor. I thought Milonga was the ‘event’ where the dance is done i.e. a number of people doing the tango together on the dance floor in a group of couples like a tea dance.
It appears from the Wiki that is a version incorporating (or based on) tango moves under it’s own name.
And Libertango refers to the music which is the same in both clips.
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