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Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango
       
Bylaugh

One weekend, in the Spring of 2004, Richard Manuel from France & Eleonora Simoes, originally from Rosario but now based in London, held a series of Tango workshops in the recently-refurbished Orangery of Bylaugh Hall in Norfolk.

Richard & Eleonora led a series of workshops with a small group of local or temporarily resident participants on Saturday and Sunday - morning and afternoon - based on extensions to the giro.

There was also a Milonga on the Saturday night.

And they returned again later that year.

       
 

The workshops focused on:.

 
     

1

basic giro
   

2

combining the giro with sacadas
   

3

combining the giro with boleos
   

4

revising the giro
   

5

combining the giro with ganchos
   

6

combining the giro with ganchos, sacadas, and boleos
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