Swing tanzschritte. Basic positions and weight changes

West Coast Swing Basics 1

Swing tanzschritte

Amalgamation A combination of two or more patterns or movements. Carriage The position of the arms and top line while in dance position. Three types of directional movement are Lateral, Progressive, and Diagonal. Man steps right foot forward commencing to lead lady to mans left side — closing left foot towards right foot still leading lady to mans left side, close left foot to right without weight. Gold is not a level associated with social dancing. Spot turn A turn consisting of three forward walks in one small area, usually completing one full turn over three steps. Während diese Choreographien zum Teil keine Paartänze — und damit untypisch für den Swing — sind, so enthalten sie wichtige Wurzeln des Swing-Tanzes, wie Jazz- und -Schritte, Rhythmen und Elemente.

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Dance Scripts

Swing tanzschritte

Point To extend the foot in such a way that it is placed at an angle roughly parallel to the leg. Latin hip motion The characteristic movement of the hips found in the Latin and Rhythm dances. Variation A modified version of a common step pattern. Appel An accented movement in place, where the body weight is dropped sharply onto a flat foot. Brush The action of closing the moving foot to the standing foot, without changing weight, between steps.

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Swing (Tanz)

Swing tanzschritte

Kick, ball it's the ball of the foot , change. The choreography is generally simple, as it is intended for easy fun, mass-consumption. Facial gestures that convey emotion. The counterclockwise flow of traffic around the dance floor. Not to be confused with compression.

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Dance Scripts

Swing tanzschritte

Natural resolution Term used by Argentine Tango dancers to describe the natural resolve to the end of a musical phrase a cadence. Basic figure A standardised step pattern which, together with other patterns, constitute the basis of a dance. Get comfortable just moving around. There you have all of your elements that make up swing dancing. Inside edge of Footwork Inside foot The foot which is closer to the partner when in Promenade, Outside Partner, or Side-by-Side Position.

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Video: East Coast Swing (ECS)

Swing tanzschritte

Lindy The grandfather of all forms of Swing, named after Charles Lindberg, and originating at the Savoy ballroom in the 1930's as a modified form of Charleston done in dance position. From your requests — we are in the process of developing a home grown script service — there are a few more processes to complete and the service will be available — join the mailing list or keep checking back to find out when. Bitte hilf Wikipedia, indem du die Angaben recherchierst und gute Belege einfügst. The moves in this video are: — Crosshand Inside free turn. Swinging action The action of swinging the body weight from foot to foot as though suspended from an anchor point high above, like a pendulum. If the even-numbered beats are stressed instead, the rhythm is syncopated.

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Swing (Tanz)

Swing tanzschritte

Paso Doble is usually danced to España Cani, the Spanish Gypsy Dance. Fellow The fourth complete level of the International system, representing the highest level of achievement of syllabus patterns and concepts. Challenge position A dance position where the man and lady are apart and without contact, facing each other. Envelopé An action whereby the free foot is pointed forward, lifted off of the floor with the leg straight, and then, by bending the knee of the free foot, drawn inward toward the knee of the supporting leg. The Appel usually marks the beginning of a strong directional movement.

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Basic positions and weight changes

Swing tanzschritte

Rock step A shifting of weight back and forth from one foot to the other, in place. Toe The part of the foot which extends forward from the ball. The Cha Cha gets its name and character from its distinct repetitive foot rhythm. Standing leg The leg which bears the majority of the body weight. Quickstep An English style ballroom dance which is characterised by fast movement, often including a variety of hops, kicks, skips, lock steps and chassés. Weight connection Connection created by both partners leaning their body weight in toward each other, or pulling their body weight away from each other. Dort findet auch einer der alljährlichen internationalen Swing-Höhepunkte, ein fünfwöchiger Swing-Workshop im schwedischen statt.

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