of the hip, and the thigh is parallel to the floor. the left sides. Lower case (left) refers to a direction. region, moving upward through the diaphragm, While moving forward, the non-support hip and, leg moves forward using a circular movement, away from the weighted leg, stepping forward, Maneuver, usually completed in 8 beats, which, 2. The position of the feet to the room. Disco Slides. See, VINE is an abbreviation. maneuver traveling rearward which involves the, stepping back (usually behind the other foot), with the heel turned slightly inward, and then, the quick swiveling of the heel on the weighted, slightly behind Left foot with Right heel turned, & Step back on Left foot slightly behind Right, foot with Left heel turned slightly to the right, This pattern may continue for as many beats as, desired. is slightly in front of the man on his right side. ), The correct use of movement or dance patterns, The non-support foot passes by the weighted, The non-support foot or ankle passes by the. [Often done as part of a step sequence, eg: a lock-shuffle, a lock-vine or a "step, lock"] LOD-Line Of Direction/Dance. then reversed to result in sideways traveling, Three steps, LRL or RLR, taken in place within, A sequence of steps purposely eliminated from, the fixed pattern of a choreography in order to, fit the remaining pattern exactly to the phrasing, of a certain rendition of a song. Their joined hands rest on her left hip. The left arms are hooked at the elbows. Any movement of footwork that is different from. the floor. Repeat the step with each foot. Direction facing toward, To add moves and variations within an original, A dancer who has learned and understands the, basics of dance and is comfortable on the, dance floor and can perform some intricate, patterns and moves, but has not attained the, ability to freely improvise within them. Also see RLR, A weight transfer to a bent leg with the other leg, A short sequence of steps such as a Kick-Ball-, The ability to move smoothly and gracefully. Direction facing away. Left: The couple are in Open Dance Position. First heels, then toes, then heels. I Heard it Through the Grapevine by Credence Clearwater . The left hands are slightly forward of the lady’s, Left: The couple face the same direction, lady is, on the man’s left side. To step in place twice (2 weight changes). His right arm and her left arm are crossed in, Right: Partners face the same direction. Against FLOD is RLOD, (Usually clockwise around the dance floor. There is no body contact. The simultaneous raising of, both heels (either together or slightly apart) and, lowering them to the floor. By using our site, you agree to our. Knee Pops. 32 Count 2 Wall Absolute Beginner Line Dance - K. Sholes (USA) - September 2015. See Partner Dance Positions - Side By Side, (Developpe’)The non-support foot follows the, standing leg line to the knee (Passe’) and. Pigeon Toes, Heel Spreads, Texas Spread, etc. Lift one or both heels off the, floor by bending the knees. phrasing of the song being used. Then make four similar steps to the right. Line dance to the song, "The Cupid Shuffle." Choreographer Gary OReilly Ire October 2019 Improver 32 Count 2 Wall Music "Adalaida" by Derek Ryan - 3mins10secs Line dance stepsheet and videos titled Adalaida. The direction in which the dance is normally flowing. Please visit our store. Complete the kickball change with your left foot, followed by your right foot. See Paddle Turn Footwork [This is an error in, To turn in one spot in 3rd position. The free leg/foot (right) swings by (follow. References. Lock step step forward on one foot, slide other foot up and "lock" ankles behind first foot. Push heels apart on count 1. The 6 count pattern in Swing is called a, B. in a half circle to the left, then back to center. On 4-5-6, they back away from each. It may start with a forward step or a, bring the feet together on count 4 instead of, a.k.a., Jazz Box. These dances have routine patterns, A choreography in which the steps and moves, are performed to exactly fit the phasing of a, certain rendition of a song. Moving, forward from the center, step forward left on the. Fast, Heel Splits: Takes one beat of music and is, Lift both heels off the floor by bending the, knees. When capitalized (Right), refers to a part of the. The free foot moves as a pendulum in front or, back of the weighted foot and is kept off the, in back of the weighted foot, and is kept off the, NOTE: A lock is sometimes referred to as a, HOOK COMBINATION: A 4 count pattern using. Left, Right, Left. (a.k.a. Their joined right hands are. Shifting weight, from one foot to the other in a rapid sliding, The basic concept of how to move forward and. The right arms are hooked at the elbows. A one beat pause before taking another step. The joined hands are held, lower, about the lady’s waist level, in a cup &. Veterans know this move as "to, A 1/4 turn maneuver using two beats of music, one foot, and the second beat is a 1/4 pivot on, Performed as a partner dance: waltz move. left) with one foot staying in place as follows: 1. The rule of, Visual Lead is the lady follows the man into a. pattern after the man begins his pattern. Rock Step/Rock Replace/ Rock Recover This is one of the most miss-used steps in the line dance lexicography. By Howcast. The, man holds the lady’s right hand in his left hand, Open One Hand Cross: (AKA: Shaking Hands), man holds the lady’s right hand in his right, Two Hand Cross: Partners face each other in, hand in his right hand and her left hand in his, left hand. The lady is slightly in front of the man’s right, side in the Two Hand hold. the heels together leaving the toes apart. Keeping Left foot in place, swivel Right toe, The use of the five positions of the feet in, Dance posture for the purpose of maintaining, balance and appearance. The extended foot, never reaches a height that is higher than the, Although all types of social dances were once, collected under the round dance heading, the, term evolved to a classification for dancer’s, executing a pattern on the same foot in couples, choreographed for a specific version of the, entire song, Also see Fixed Pattern Partner, All types of social dances were once called, partners or groups of three or more. The 4th count is an optional, ending, such as a brush, kick, scoot, etc. The free hip lifts and moves in a circular motion, Similar to Forward Cuban Motion, using a bent, A. Right Swivet: On the ball of Left foot and heel of, Right foot, swivel Left heel to the left and Right, toes to the right. Using a double hand hold, his left arm is crossed behind his neck. &1 precedes the beat, 1& follows the, beat. The lady is, slightly in front of the man on his left side. Louie Louie Swivels. The lady is to the left of the man. A continuous traveling, step pattern to the side with crosses behind and, or in front in 3rd position. Text may have, definitions are exactly as provided by CDL. The free foot, never passes the supporting foot. See Pigeon, Feet are together with weight on the balls of, both feet. Counted as down on the 1 count. They are, facing the same direction, both traveling down. The upper number identifies the number, number identifies which kind of note gets one, 4/4 = Four beats per measure, a quarter note, 3/4 = Three beats per measure, a quarter note, 6/8 = Six beats per measure, an eighth note, Feet are together, the toes of one foot move to, With heels in place, fan both toes out and back. wikiHow is a “wiki,” similar to Wikipedia, which means that many of our articles are co-written by multiple authors. locked, and feet apart in 3rd or 5th position. His left. Without the "and step," the Left foot would still Louie Louie - definition 1: 2 Be sure you have plenty of space, enough to allow you to make four big steps to your right. A turn in one spot, also called a paddle turn. Sweetheart, Right: The couple face the same direction. Hold your arms steady to your sides or in front of you, or you can even make up your own arm movements, as long as they're not too distracting. See Partner Dance Positions - Traditional, In sheet music, a vertical line that separates, measure of music; hence "12 bar blues" means, there are 12 measures in a verse. Lunge a … Transcript. Her left foot is slightly, in front of his right foot. Three steps over two counts of music done in place, no traveling. The grapevine is a step which can be incorporated into both an elegant ballroom dance, or an energetic and vibrant jazz dance. Refers to the right foot, hand, hip, or a direction. The man holds the lady’s right hand in his left, hand (shoulder height). Anyone can join a line dance just by knowing a few simple steps. Bring heels, takes one beat of music and is counted as &1. On beats, 1-2-3, they close together holding hands about, chest high. The man holds the lady’s right, hand in his left hand. The, man has his right hand crossed over his left, wrist. Step your right foot out to the right so that your feet are a little wider than hip-width apart. A step with the free foot crossing behind the. .Feet together with weight on the balls of both, feet. The term, description. Upon completion, of a full corkscrew turn, the trailing foot is, usually lifted off the floor slightly to relieve, pressure on the hips and to facilitate an easy, See Partner Dance Positions - Side By Side, movements and weight changes, or to count, (CCW) Movement completed from Right to Left, The free foot will step across in front of or, behind the opposite foot. The thighs are parallel. How to Do a Tutting Squat Dance Move. The weight is distributed evenly on both feet. FLOD is usually counterclockwise, around the dance floor. Fall-A-Way: From Promenade dance position, facing LOD, the couple step backward with their, LOD. This article has been viewed 123,813 times. Shift weight one or more times from. the first beat while bending the knee slightly, and by using a rocking motion, returning the. center position being the axis of the rotation. weight is transferred completely to the left foot. Sweetheart, Shadow. 2 Cross Left foot behind Right and step. Two weight changes in any direction with feet. The right hands are. Add. a.k.a. We know ads can be annoying, but they’re what allow us to make all of wikiHow available for free. The lady’s, left hand is held in the man’s right. A forward step followed by a cross behind, and. A Square Dance term for turning the lady. If you really can’t stand to see another ad again, then please consider supporting our work with a contribution to wikiHow. using the inside edge of the ball of the foot. Single: Man’s left hand is joined with lady’s right, hand, The free hands are held close to the, Cross: Man’s right hand is joined with the lady’s, right hand (as in a hand shake). Steeple, Cathedral, Hook. 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