Exploring the Origins of Tango
Originally hailing from the Caribbean, Tango found its distinctive style thanks to the “Gauchos” of Argentina. It captured the hearts of many in 1921 when the legendary Rudolf Valentino introduced it to millions in the film “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.” Today, Tango holds a special place as the favorite dance of many.
Mastering the Art of Tango
Tango boasts a more compact posture compared to other ballroom dances. What sets Tango walking apart from other steps is its staccato movement, achieved by intentionally delaying the step that brings the feet together.
Embark on Your Tango Journey
Tango music typically follows a 2/4 or 4/4 timing. To start learning Tango, the basic rhythm is slow, slow, quick, quick, slow.
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