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Outlander

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Count:
48
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Kirsi-Marja Vinberg (FIN) - August 2017
Music:
Sky Boat Song (Outlander Theme) by American Rogues
 
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STEP FORWARD, TAPS, STEP FORWARD, TAPS
1-3step right foot forward, tap left toe two times beside right
4-6step left foot forward, tap right toe two times beside right
Obs. Hold hands with your neighbour partners and rise them!

STEP BACK, TAPS, STEP BACK, TAPS
1-3step right foot back, tap left toe two times beside right
4-6step left foot back, tap right toe two times beside left
Obs. Holding hands, lowering hands
Obs. Above 12 counts:/ rhythm variation is 1-2&3, 4-5&6 etc. with steps, starting every first and fourth count with right foot

CROSS STEP, TOE TOUCH TO SIDE, STEP BEHID, TOE TOUCH TO SIDE
1-3step right across left, touch left toe to side
4-6step left foot behind right foot, touch right toe to side

TWINKLE R, LTWINKLE WITH ½ TURN LEFT
1-3step right across left, rock left foot to side, step right foot in place
4-6step left foot across right, turn ¼ left and step right foot back, turn ¼ more left and step left foot to side

WALTZ BASIC VARIATION DIAGONALLY LEFT X 2
1-2step right foot diagonally forward left, hold
&3step left foot beside right, step right foot in place
4-5step left foot back,hold
&6step right foot beside left, step left together, step right in place

1-6repeat above

TWINKLES
1-3step right foot across left, rock left to side, step right in place(turning to face 6 ´o´clock)
4-6step left across right, rock left to side, step right in place

DIAGONALLY L STEP, ¾ PIVOT TURN LEFT
1-3step right foot diagonally left forward, turn slowly swaing ½ turn(weight on the right foot(2-3)
4-6change weight to the left foot turning ¼ more to left(facing 9 ´o´clock)

Repeat

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