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In the classic, Tango Capriccioso, by the Wards, part A starts with a natural twist turn;; closed promenade and progressive side step;; walk two. Natural Fallaway Twist Turn sqq; qqs. This figure is like the Natural Twist Turn, but the woman stays in fallaway position rather than blending to banjo on the second step.
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This is two twist turns, first the man twists and then the woman. Alphabetical Index to Figures and Technique.
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