Tango Orillero

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Tango orillero is thought to have been developed in the outskirts and suburbs away from town centers, where there was more freedom due to available space on the dance floor. The style is danced in an upright position and uses various embellishments including rapid foot moves, kicks, and even some acrobatics, though this is a more recent development.
 

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