A pirouette is a full turn on one foot, which, in tango, requires a soltada. Both partners may pirouette.

The partners may maintain contact with the hands by making a change of embrace or may drop it completely.

Whether you have contact or not, when making a pirouette, use lateral shoulder flexion to draw your elbows toward your chest so you don’t smack your partner in the face.

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Variations of Each Element




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