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Bylaugh

One weekend, in the Spring of 2004, Richard Manuel from France & Eleonora from Rosario both then 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 caminita and corrida.

There was also a Valentine's Milonga on the Saturday night.

Their visits were to become a regular event in 2004. He attended most of them.

       
 

we began workshop 6:

 
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forward (americano) leader'f foot slightly ahead and turend across LOD

support follower as leader turns back across her line bringing her back with him

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forward (americano) leader'f foot slightly ahead and turend (other way)across LOD

support follower as leader turns back across her line bringing her back with him

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forward

   
  walk parallel offset

leader steps deep alongside follower

leader pivots 180 bringing follower into opposite way giro

pivot 180 as giro completes

walk out

     
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