Music: "Quejas de bandoneon", Anibal Troilo.
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Music: "La clavada", Juan D'Arienzo 1940/1942.
In 1936 Juan D'Arienzo successfully appeared in the disputable territory of popularity. He was just 35 years old, one less than Julio De Caro –stylistically placed on the other end of the musical horizon of tango- he had been a star since 1924 and D'Arienzo started to become one when Pablo Osvaldo Valle took him to the brand new El Mundo radio station. What in no way meant, at all, that D'Arienzo were a late tango player. Like almost all the musicians in those days, he started in tango as a boy. With Angel D'Agostino on piano, the bandoneon player Ernesto Bianchi -aka Lechuguita- and Ennio Bolognini – Remo´s and Astor´s brother – he played, at a very early age, in very insignificant theaters. Read more at http://www.todotango.com/english/creadores/jdarienzo.asp
More fundamentals and technique.
Music: "Asi se baila el tango", Ricardo Tanturi with Alberto Castillo.
Boosting your footwork.
Music: "Cafe Dominguez", Angel Dagostino y su Orquesta Tipica with Angel Vargas.
Energy efficiency = Elegance. Footwork.
Music: "Zorzal", Carlos Di Sarli Y Su Orquesta Típica With Roberto Rufino.
Mooping the floor: "Nature of footwork technique"
Music: "Lo pasado paso" Carlos Di Sarli with Ruffino.
Leading the follower's footwork.
Music: "La Cachila" (Eduardo Arolas), Osvaldo Pugliese y su Orquesta Tipica.
Leading follower's footwork, fundamentals and technique.
Music: "Vieja recova", Juan D'Arienzo y su Orquesta tipica.