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Re: why is tango called the most exotic dance
Posted by OZ
3/3/2012  1:13:00 PM
Many years ago before most of you were born the Tango had a reputation as being an exotic dance. I think some are quoting from way back in the past. It along with even the Modern Waltz was given a reputation by many church authorities. I think today the most exotic dance would have to be the International Rumba. If performed correctly it is supposed to be telling a story which requires about 60 percent acting. Again we are looking at a very toned down Rumba for the Medalist. Which bears very little resemblance to the competition Rumba where every gesture has a story behind it.
Re: why is tango called the most exotic dance
Posted by FrancoT
5/3/2012  10:15:00 AM
I don't describe it as EXOTIC or EROTIC like other members do. I will describe it as SENSUAL, AWESOME and RIVETING! A well danced tango, especially Argentine Tango, has that "WOW FACTOR" in it. Of course, as the saying goes, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder", YES?

Franco
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