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Max Kozhevnikov and Yulia Zagoruychenko International style Latin variations Samba

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£49.95(exc VAT)

Product code: DISMK221

Variations are new, innovative ways of dancing old steps from the book or a different way of grouping or mixing steps. In our opinion Max and Yulia's variations are an excellent way of adding new life to the old basic figures. Will please any purist and those who favour more adventurous approach as well. Before purchasing a variation tape, we strongly suggest that you have a firm understanding of the steps and terminology through that level. These videos contain advanced patterns, enhanced with additional elements, intended to help you take your dancing to a new level, and are excellent for social dancing as well as showcase and competition routines. These variation videos will not review the basic patterns since it is assumed that they are already known. Samba 1. Samba Whisks to Left and Right a) Shadow Position b) Opening Out c) Underarm Turns 2. Promenade Samba Walks a) Hand Release b) Sweetheart Position with Lady's Turns to Right & Left 3. Side Samba Walks a) Hand Release b) Lady Closing Feet 4. Stationary Samba Walks a) Circular b) Change of Hands 5. Traveling Bota Fogos 6. Shadow Bota Fogos 7. Bota Fogos to Promenade Position and Counter Promenade Position a) Double Hand Hold b) Hands on Shoulders 8. Criss Cross Voltas 9. Solo Spot Voltas 10. Shadow Traveling Voltas 11. Reverse Turn a) Lady's Left Turn on 2nd Half b) Lady's Right Turn on 1st Half 12. Corta Jaca 13. Closed Rocks 14. Back Rocks 15. Plait 16. Rolling Off the Arm 17. Natural Roll a) Side Chass? b) Shadow Position 18. Promenade and Counter Promenade Runs a) Double Hand Hold b) Lady's Turn to Left 19. Samba Locks a) Man's & Lady's 3 Step Turns b) Change of Sides 20. Cruzado Walks and Locks 21. Argentine Crosses Dance Demonstration Running time 129 min.
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