A surgeon saves an notorious mobster's life. This could be the answer to the doctor's problems, as he is engaged to an unbearable, hysterical woman. The mobster agrees to assassinate her. Except for one thing. The mobster has the wrong target, a young, innocent journalist who resembles his fiancee. When the surgeon discovers they are after the wrong woman, he takes off in a mad race to Cote d'Azur to save the wrong woman from being murdered.
The Volcada is currently one of the most popular elements of Argentine Tango. This challenging development, which takes the follower out of her vertical axis and "spills" her into a carpa (tent) or "leaning" position, is explored from its simplest form all the way to a Volcada-Colgada combination sure to challenge even the most experienced dancers. 19 figures in all!
Prepare yourself for the Milongas (dance halls) by mastering all three of the Argentine Trio: Tango, Milonga and Vals. No Tanguero is complete without dancing them all! The Milonga video/DVD offers you 14 figures ranging from beginner to advanced, perfect for the lively, fun and rhythmic Milonga music. Christy Coté & George Garcia?s teaching is clear and precise and their dancing is fun and playful. The instruction is completely in English and is professionally produced in an organized one-on-one format like a private lesson, making this Dance Vision Video/DVD clear and easy to comprehend.
This two-DVD set includes several rare films featuring Duke Ellington in several different settings. Disc one documents his first appearance in the French Riviera at the Côte d'Azur in July 1966, with the pianist making intermittent commentary via voice-over between some selections. While the leader is stuck with an obviously substandard piano (with a horrid muddy bass range) and an outdoor setup that is not conducive to getting ideal sound, Ellington, being an old pro, does his best to make do with the conditions.