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Pennsylvania 6-5000

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Newcomer
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Karolina Ullenstav (January 2020)
Music:
Glenn Miller: "Pennsylvania 6-5000" (length 3:13)
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”6-5000” was a phone number to the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City 1940, when Glenn Miller Orchestra had a big hit with this one.

Intro 16 counts, BPM 147
Restart in wall 9 after 16 counts

Section 1: Steps forward, kick ball step, step forward and end with points
1RF step forward (facing 12.00)
2LF step forward
3RF kick forward
&RF step beside LF
4LF step slightly forward
5RF step forward
6LF point diagonally forward left
7LF point right in front of RF
8LF point diagonally left

Section 2: Steps forward, kick ball step, step forward and end with points
1LF step forward
2RF step forward
3LF kick forward
&LF step beside RF
4RF step slightly forward
5LF step forward
6RF point diagonally forward right
7RF point left in front of LF
8RF point diagonally right

Section 3: Shuffle steps to the side (chassé) right and left with rock step back
1RF step right
&LF step beside RF
2RF step right
3LF rock step back
4Recover onto RF ( weight on RF)
5LF step left
&RF step beside LF
6LF step left
7RF rock step back
8Recover onto LF (weight on LF)

Section 4: Rock step forward, recover, turn ¼ right and step RF right, hold (when they say ”Pennsylvania 6-5000” you can hold your hand up to your ear and pretend it’s a phone due to the fact that it’s a phone number) and finally put your LF forward and do heel stomps.
1RF rock step forward
2Recover onto LF (weight on LF)
3Turn ¼ right and step RF right (facing 03.00)
4Hold (feel free to hold your hand up to your ear pretending it’s a phone when they say ”Pennsylvania 6-5000” because that is a phone number)
5LF step forward
6LF heel stomp
7LF heel stomp
8LF heel stomp

Have Fun to this joyful swing/jazz tune from 1940! Enjoy the rhythm!

(3.236.112.98)(2020/07/05 13:03:51)

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