CopperKnob Stepsheets

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Wall:
1
Level:
High Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Elad Shtamer (ISR) - May 2018
Music:
Toy - Netta : (Israel Eurovision Song Contest 1st Place Winner)
 
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Introduction: 32 count instr. ; Start at approx. 16 sec.
Step Sheet by: Ira Weisburd (USA)

PART I. (SIDE, HOLD, BACK, SIDE, CROSS; SIDE, RECOVER, CROSS, SIDE, CROSS)
1-2Step R to R (Both arms stretched out to their sides, palms facing down), Hold
3&4Step L behind R, Step R to R, Step L across R
5-6Step R to R (Circle with R arm down & up in clockwise motion), Step L to L
7&8Step R across L, Step L to L, Step R across L

PART II. (SIDE, HOLD, BACK, SIDE, CROSS; SIDE, RECOVER, CROSS, SIDE, CROSS)
1-2Step L to L (Both arms stretched out to their sides, palms facing down), Hold
3&4Step R behind L, Step L to L, Step R across L
5-6Step L to L (Circle with L arm down & up in counterclockwise motion), Step R to R
7&8Step L across, Step R to R, Step L across R

PART III. (CROSS, LOCK, STEP, PIVOT 1/2 R TURN; CROSS, LOCK, STEP, PIVOT 1/4 L TURN; BACK, BACK, BACK, BACK, BACK, BACK)
1&2&Step R across L (facing L corner, L arm up, R arm out to R side), Step L behind R, Step R forward & Pivot on R making 1/2 R Turn (Rotating wrists)
3&4&(Facing R corner) Step L across R (R arm up, L arm out to L side), Step R behind L, Step L forward & Pivot on L making 1/4 L Turn (Face forward)
5&6Step R back, Step L back, Step R back (Swing both arms back on each step with palms facing back & straight down at sides)
7&8Step L back, Step R back, Step L back (Swing both arms back on each step with palms facing back & straight down at sides)

REPEAT PARTS I, II & III.
“Wonder Woman” Section
PART IV. (SIDE, HOLD, BACK, SIDE; CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, CROSS)
1-2Step R to R (bringing both arms up from wrists crossed position to outstretched arms high over head), Hold
3-4Step L behind R, Step R to R
5-6Step L across R, Recover back onto R
7-8Step L to L, Step R across L

PART V. (SIDE, HOLD, BACK, SIDE; CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, RECOVER)
1-2Step L to L (bringing both arms up from wrists crossed position to outstretched arms high over head), Hold
3-4Step R behind L, Step L to L
5-6Step R across L, Recover back onto L
7-8Step R to R, Step L to L

CHICKEN “Clucking” Section
PART VI. (CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE; CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, TOGETHER, SIDE)
1-2Step R across L (flap wings once), Step L back (flap wings once)
3&4Step R to R (flap wings once), Step-close L beside R, Step R to R (flap wings once)
5-6Step L across R (flap wings once), Step R back (flap wings once)
7&8Step L to L (flap wings once), Step-close R beside L, Step L to L (flap wings once)

PART VII. (CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, 1/4 L TURN; FORWARD, 1/4 L TURN, 1/4 L TURN, 1/4 L TURN: HOP, STEP, HOP, STEP, HOP, STEP, HOP, STEP)
1-2Step R across L (flap wings once), Step L back (flap wings once)
3-4Step R to R (flap wings once), Make 1/4 L Turn (flap wings once) (9:00)
&5&6Hop Step forward onto R (flap wings once), Hop Step L to L making 1/4 L Turn (flap wings once) (6:00)
&7&8Hop Step forward onto R making 1/4 L Turn (flap wings once) (3:00), Hop Step L to L making 1/4 L Turn L (flap wings once) (12:00)

CHORUS: “I’m Not Your Toy”
PART VIII. (FORWARD TRIPLE STEP, FORWARD TRIPLE STEP; SIDE, RECOVER, SIDE, RECOVER)
1&2(Hands down at sides) Step R forward, Step L forward, Step R forward
3&4Step L forward, Step R forward, Step L forward
5-6(Both Arms Up Over Head) Step R to R, Step L to L
7-8Step R to R, Step L to L

PART IX. (BACK TRIPLE STEP, BACK TRIPLE STEP, SIDE, RECOVER, SIDE, RECOVER)
1&2(Hands down at sides) Step R back, Step L back, Step R back
3&4Step L back, Step R back, Step L back
5-6(Both Arms Up Over Head) Step R to R, Step L to L
7-8Step R to R, Step L to L

PART X. (STEP, CROSS, BACK, SIDE; STEP, CROSS, BACK, SIDE)
1-2Step R in place (L arm up, Bring R arm down), Step L across R (Rotate L arm forward and down and Rotate R arm up)
3-4Step R back (Rotate L arm up, Bring R arm down), Step L to L (Rotate L arm forward and down and Rotate R arm up)
5-6Step R in place (L arm up, Bring R arm down), Step L across R (Rotate L arm forward and down and Rotate R arm up)
7-8Step R back (Rotate L arm up, Bring R arm down), Step L to L (Rotate L arm forward and down and Rotate R arm up)

PART XI. (CROSS, RECOVER, SIDE, RECOVER, 1/4 L TURN, 1/2 L TURN, PIVOT L 1/4 TURN)
1-2Step R across L (Raise both arms up, palms facing), Step back onto L
3-4Step R to R (Swing both arms down to the R), Step L to L
5-6Step R across L making 1/4 L Turn (9:00), Pivot onto L making 1/2 L Turn (3:00) - Making a Big Circle with Arms in clockwise rotation over head
7-8Step R forward, Pivot onto L making 1/4 L Turn (12:00) - Making a Big Circle with Arms in clockwise rotation over head)

REPEAT PARTS VIII., IX., I., II., III., III., IV., V., VI., VII., VIII., IX., X., XI.

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14 Comments

bbeerrtthhaa May 26, 2018
This dance is more advance than high beginner!!

Metaltigger May 27, 2018
Totally agree... and more Zumba/fitness
Plus why no credit to original Choreographer where a number of the set step pieces originate.
The transcriber - Ira Weisburd - who is also 'promoting'this dance should have have questioned it... as he apparently knows more about dancing than 'World Champions'.

Keep on Dancin May 28, 2018
Sorry, not for me--or my class--and, to be honest, not sure how it managed to get to 4th place.

Keep on Dancin May 28, 2018
Sorry, not for me--or my class--and, to be honest, not sure how it managed to get to 4th place.

Keep on Dancin May 28, 2018
Sorry, not for me--or my class--and, to be honest, not sure how it managed to get to 4th place.

Lewis Lee May 28, 2018
There are 16 counts for Part III, instead of 8 counts!!!

Lewis Lee May 28, 2018
Also, PART VIII & PART IX., the count should be 1 2&, 3 4&,5678, At the end of dance, repeat Part VIII., IX., X., XI.again, cheers!

peter706 June 1, 2018
Keep on Dancing, the CK chart has nothing to do with the quality or popularity of the music or the dance.

Ronit June 1, 2018
I like this dance

Tzvika patisery June 2, 2018
No.1

dl June 4, 2018
Placings for Copperknob appear to be based entirely on number of clicks....so a dance with an interesting name might be opened enough times to make the top 10 (or higher) and not be danced or enjoyed by anyone. I can't watch it all the way through, and will not open it again nor teach it.

dl June 4, 2018
I watched a number of the demo videos, and couldn't find anyone who actually looked good doing this dance. And yes, it is well above beginner level.

Happy Feeet June 5, 2018
We used Dwight Meessen's choreography, like it much better. Agree with dl.

Chrisc June 12, 2018
Oh NO. Not to be done in my classes

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