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Little J's Waltz

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Count:
42
Wall:
1
Level:
Intermediate waltz
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Charlie Bowring (UK)
Music:
Mexican Wind - Jann Browne
 
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½ TURN LEFT, BALANCE STEP
1Step forward on left starting to turn ½ left
2Step back on right
3Completing ½ turn left, step back on left
4Step back on right
5Step left beside right
6Step right forward

SIDE ROCK, DIAGONALLY ACROSS LEFT AND RIGHT
7Step left to side
8Rock on to right
9Step left diagonally across right
10Step right to right side
11Rock on to left
12Step right diagonally across left

ROCK, ¼ TURN LEFT INTO FULL REVERSE RONDE, SYNCOPATED WALTZ
13Step left to side
14¼ turn left on ball of right foot
15Full turn left on ball of right (sweeping left toe round for balance, left foot ends up forward of right)
16Step forward left
Easy alternative:
ROCK, ¼ TURN LEFT INTO FULL REVERSE RONDE, SYNCOPATED WALTZ
13-15¼ turn left stepping left, right, left
16-18Step back right, left, right
 
17Rock back on to right
&18Step left beside right, step back on right

SIDE, ROCK, STEP 1 ¼ TURNS RIGHT
19Step left to side
20Step right across left
21Rock back on to left
22-24Step right, left, right turning 1 ¼ right

STEP SLIDE ¾ LEFT RONDE
25Step left forward
26Slide left to right
27Step left forward
28-30¾ turn left on ball of left foot, sweeping right foot round (smoothly transfer weight to right)

BEHIND, ROCK STEP, WEAVE LEFT
31Step left behind right
32Rock forward on to right
33Step left to left side
34Step right behind left
35Step left to side
36Step right across left

¼ TURN LEFT, BACK, BACK, ½ TURNS RIGHT
37Step left to side turning ¼ turn left
38Step back right
39Step back left
40½ turn right on ball of left, stepping right forward
41½ turn right on ball of right, stepping left back
42½ turn right on ball of left, stepping right forward

REPEAT

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