Silver Slow Foxtrot DVD dance lesson is available for download at: https://shop.grandballroom.com/. This Silver Standard ballroom dance DVD collection is the series that follows our Bronze 2 Standard videos. It consists of five discs showing the International Style of Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Slow Foxtrot, Quickstep, plus a separate DVD of complete routines for each dance to dance around the room. Each DVD features Andy & Wendy Wong, owners and instructors of the largest dance studio in North America, teaching and demonstrating the steps exactly the way they do it in their hugely popular classes. Learn from these professionals who have taught over 18,000 students in their world-renowned dance studio, The Grand Ballroom.
This is an experiment in dancing silver level foxtrot to swing/ jive music. It is almost like a new dance. I call it "Turbo Foxtrot" because it is really a super fast foxtrot. It is loads of fun.
See a full demonstration of Mambo choreography in this free instructional dance video.. Expert: Sarolta Eke & Tamas Kassay Bio: My name is Sarolta Eke. I am 32 years old. I live in Budapest, Hungary. I have started to dance in 1992. I have danced in competitions for 6 years in both Ballroom and Latin dances. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky
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Like these Line Dance lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1NmhCgz Watch more How to Line Dance videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497849-How-to-Do-the-2Step-Line-Dancing Hi, my name is Robert Royston. I'm a five time world champion of country dance working with artists like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley. I really hope that you'd learn how to line dance and experience what it's like to move to America's music, and that's country music. As part of our country line dance series, we wanted to arm you with a little knowledge of country couples dancing. Chances are, you are going to go to your country bar, you going to go to your country line dance club and in between line dances, there're gonna have some couple dancing and the most popular couple dance done in United State is of course the two step. So we would like to show you a good basic version of the two step, there's a lot of regional variations but just a good basic version of country two step. We're going to start off first with the close position hold. My right hand is going to go under Nicola's left arm, so I'm going to be kind of cutting the upper part of her shoulder blade, not down here, upper part of the shoulder blade. Nicola is going to take her left arm and put it on top of my right, that's gonna kind of be just below the shoulder and just above the bicep ladies. So below the shoulder above the bicep. Then my left hand is gonna hold her right hand just very comfortable at about shoulder level, nothing too overly done or pronounced yeah. Once again, there are variations to this that you will see, this is just a good basic couple dance hold. Now I'm going to start with my left, she's going to start with her right. Two steps is made up of a series of quicks and slows, a quick is one step for one beat, a slow is one step for two beats. So if you were to do quicks, it would be quick quick quick quick quick quick quick quick. If you were to do slows, it would be slow slow slow slow right. By count of that, quicks would be 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, slows would be 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, so it's one step for two beats. The timing for two step is quick quick slow slow, 2 quicks 2 slows and a walking pattern. I start left she starts right, she goes back I go forward and we go quick quick slow slow, right, 2 fast 2 slow steps. We'll do that again. We're going to go quick quick slow slow and you'll just continue that pattern, quick quick slow slow, quick quick just like you're walking, quick quick slow slow, quick quick slow slow and quick quick slow slow. The thing about two step you should also know is the trivial line of dance. Line of dance kind of in every bar you will ever go into or even ballroom dancing, line of dance is counterclockwise, so you're always gonna move counterclockwise. And some floor etiquette, if there's a two step that's playing and some people are line dancing to it, you can two step around the outside. Think of it like a race track, the faster you go, the more of the outside of the floor you are. The slower you're going, the more to the inside of the floor until you get to the middle which is for line dancing. So we're going to do a little two step music for you and you can follow along at home. 5 6 7 go, quick quick slow slow, quick quick slow slow, quick quick slow slow, quick quick slow slow, quick quick slow slow. So grab your favorite lady, get off the bars cause this is two step.
A video for my history class. Man, I wish I could do that haha.
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The Varsity Drag introduction is an error. The Black Bottom replaced "The Charleston" as the next most popular dance of the 1920's. Released June 28, 1926. Written by Buddy De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. In 1925, DeSylva became one third of the songwriting team with lyricist Lew Brown and composer Ray Henderson. De Sylva, Brown and Henderson became one of the top Tin Pan Alley songwriters of the era. Black bottom dancing was for the young and energetic. This song and style of dancing were popular in the1920's. The dancers performing, and the orchestra are from 1956, Rod Alexander Gemze de Lappe and The Dance Jubilee Troupe. ORIGINS OF 1920'S DANCES. THE ORIGIN OF THE BLACK BOTTOM DANCE. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Bottom_%28dance%29 THE CHARLESTON DANCE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charleston_%28dance%29
Genesis comments on their fourth album Foxtrot. Genesis 1970-1975 Box Supper's Ready Watcher of the Skies Horizons Link For Selling England By The Pound http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rx3Tg2Kg4g4