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Rare Tango Videos
If you want to study Argentine tango in depth and learn from tango masters, you've come to the right place. Scores of rare instructional videos are available for purchase (click here to learn more). The videos were originally on Video tape, but have been converted to digital files for download
Each tape is about 60 to 90 minutes in length. Numerous tango instructional videos at different levels are available including special videos for followers.
This is a self teaching course on how to dance Argentine Tango. It will require a lot of study, patience, and hard work. But when you finish this course, you will know a lot of Argentine tango! To get the most from this course, it is recommended that you also take either group or private dance lessons from an instructor that knows Argentine tango. (Note that American tango and the so called International tango are quite different from Argentine tango!)
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Below is a tutorial video on how to do the Volcada move in Argentine tango. Watch the video and answer the Progress Check questions below to check your undersanding of what you have learned!…
Remember, these lessons offer you Progress Check so you can check your understanding of what you have learned. Another benefit of this website is that you can network with other tango dancers around the world!…Continue
Usually it is the follower that gets to do most of the embellishments, but leader's can also do them!
Here's a video discussing by Diego Blanco and Ana Padron showing some simple leader's embellishments: Take a look and then check your understanding by taking the Progress Check below the video. This is the best way to learn!