Tango Canyengue is a style of Argentine tango that originated in the working-class neighborhoods of Buenos Aires in the early 20th century. It’s known for its close embrace, playful movements, and syncopated steps. Unlike the more formal styles of tango, Canyengue has a more relaxed and earthy feel. It emphasizes a strong connection between the dancers, allowing for improvisation and a deeper expression of emotion. Tango Canyengue is considered one of the foundational styles of Argentine tango and has played a significant role in the development of this iconic dance form.

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