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To Know Him Is to Love Him

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Count:
48
Wall:
4
Level:
Improver
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Hiroko Carlsson (Grafton, Australia) May 2020
Music:
To Know Him Is to Love Him by Teddy Bears
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- the dance starts on lyrics -

[S1] Waltz Fwd-Back, 1/4L Waltz Fwd-Back
1 2 3Step forward on L, Step R next to L, Step L in place
4 5 6Step back on R, Step L next to R, Step R in place

1 2 3Step forward on L, Make a 1/4 turn left stepping R next to L, Step R in place (9:00)
4 5 6Step back on R, Step L next to R, Step R in place

[S2] Sway L-Sway R, Waltz Turn 1/2L
1 2 3Step L to the left, Sway left over 2 counts
4 5 6Step R to the right, Sway right over 2 counts

1 2 3Step forward on L, Make a 1/2 turn left stepping R close to L, Step L in place (3:00)
4 5 6Step back on R, Step L next to R, Step R in place

[S3] Back Sweep x2, Sailor Back x2
1 2 3Step back on L, Sweeping R around for 2 counts
4 5 6Step back on R, Sweeping L around for 2 counts

1 2 3Step L behind R, Step R to the side, Step L to the side-slightly moving backwards
4 5 6Step R behind L, Step L to the side, Step R to the side-slightly moving backwards

[S4] Behind, 1/4R, 1/4R Waltz Back, 1/2R Waltz Fwd
1 2 3Step L behind R, Hold for 2 counts
4 5 6Make a 1/4 turn right stepping forward on R, Hold for 2 counts (6:00)

1 2 3Make a 1/4 turn right stepping back on L, Step R next to L, Step L in place (9:00)
4 5 6Make a 1/2 turn right stepping forward on R, Step L next to R, Step R in place (3:00)

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Please feel free to contact me if you need any further information. (hirokoclinedancing@gmail.com)
(updated: 19/May/20)

(3.231.226.13)(2020/05/30 07:31:39)

1 Comments

Tom @ CRRC May 20, 2020
The reason your demo looks so silly is not the fault of the dance. It's because you're attempting to waltz to a piece of music that is not a waltz. The song you chose is 6/8 time, not 3/4. Trying to transfer weight in time to eighth notes never works well. Show us your dance with a real waltz.

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