Tango Liso

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Liso style tango developed in small and crowded dance halls, where due to lack of space only a few paces could be taken before having to circle around each other. The style is danced with an upright posture, usually with each dancer slightly offset to the right of their partner. If a close embrace is used, it is relaxed to allow the follower to perform turns. The dance involves just simple steps and decorative moves such as boleos, ganchos, and sentadas are absent from the style.
 

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