Richard Reid

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There was a time when dancing was a fairly intimate business, when one and one’s partner did cling and sway to the beat. But that was before ballroom skill and the fox trot were consigned to the ancient history museum. And before dancing became a trance-like solitaire of individuals punching the air and stamping on the floor as if they were putting out a carpet fire.

Of course tango has survived as an explicitly sexy dance form, but it’s an isolated specialty now, a job niche for instructors with slicked-back hair, a fad that may sink slowly into oblivion as magic realism and all things trendily South American probably will.…  Seguir leyendo »