Ballroom Dance > OP in Curved Feather vs. Tango Chase

Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by Chris Stratton, Aug 1, 2004.

  1. Chris Stratton

    Chris Stratton New Member

    I'm curious to get people's views on the differences between the point in a curved feather where tha man crosses in front of the lady and places his right foot oustide partner, and the point where he does something vaguely similar in the chase in tango.

    I feel like the foxtrot figure involves placing just the foot just barely outside partner - you really keep most of your body closed to the partner. But I've usually been taught the tango figure with a step very far across the partner, such that it's your upper thighs in contact and the chests may be really facing past each other rather than towards each other.
  2. Joe

    Joe Well-Known Member

    The difference is that there's no rise/fall in tango as there is in foxtrot.
  3. Katarzyna

    Katarzyna Well-Known Member

    As a follower, I've been tought both figures pretty much the same way... As Joe said, with no rise in tango..

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