Country Dancing: For Beginners

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Overview

Country Dancing: For Beginners is appropriate for viewers looking for a simple introduction to country dance. The first installment in the three-volume Country Dancing series, this tape provides several brief easy-to-follow lessons. Viewers learn the basics of the two-step, the cha cha, the waltz, and other popular dances. Instructors demonstrate carefully the leading partner's footwork. They also focus on couple interaction, rhythm, and form.
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Overview

Country Dancing: For Beginners is appropriate for viewers looking for a simple introduction to country dance. The first installment in the three-volume Country Dancing series, this tape provides several brief easy-to-follow lessons. Viewers learn the basics of the two-step, the cha cha, the waltz, and other popular dances. Instructors demonstrate carefully the leading partner's footwork. They also focus on couple interaction, rhythm, and form.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/15/2003
  • UPC: 032031214798
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  • Source: Kultur Video
  • Time: 60:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 15,897

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Teresa Mason Instructor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Polka: Introduction to Polka [1:45]
2. Polka: Basic Forward [:16]
3. Polka: Basic Back [:47]
4. Polka: Basic Right Turn [:41]
5. Polka: Underarm Turn for Man & Lady [:48]
6. Polka: Promenade Forward & Back [1:31]
7. Polka: Whip From Promenade [1:36]
8. Polka: Putting It All Together [1:32]
9. Cha Cha: Introduction to Cha Cha [1:50]
10. Cha Cha: Basic [:16]
11. Cha Cha: Cross Body Lead [1:26]
12. Cha Cha: Cross Body Lead With Underarm [1:45]
13. Cha Cha: Cross Overs & Flick [1:35]
14. Cha Cha: Cross Triples With Locks [2:23]
15. Cha Cha: Putting It All Together [2:29]
16. Waltz: Introduction to Waltz [4:12]
17. Waltz: Progressive [:16]
18. Waltz: Right Turn With Underarm [1:01]
19. Waltz: Two Way Underarm [1:37]
20. Waltz: Twinkles [1:39]
21. Waltz: Chass├ęs [2:01]
22. Waltz: Putting It All Together [1:37]
23. Two-Step: Introduction to Two-Step [2:48]
24. Two-Step: Forward & Basic [:18]
25. Two-Step: Right Turns Forward & Back [:48]
26. Two-Step: Underarm for Man & Lady [1:36]
27. Two-Step: Continuous Right Turns [2:03]
28. Two-Step: Promenade Forward & Back [1:42]
29. Two-Step: Putting It All Together [2:00]
30. East Coast Swing: Introduction to East Coast Swing [2:00]
31. East Coast Swing: Basic [:14]
32. East Coast Swing: Throw Out [1:17]
33. East Coast Swing: Change of Places [1:41]
34. East Coast Swing: Stop & Go [1:13]
35. East Coast Swing: Tuck In [1:36]
36. East Coast Swing: Putting It All Together [1:37]
37. West Coast Swing: Introduction to West Coast Swing [2:30]
38. West Coast Swing: Basic & Basic Variation [:16]
39. West Coast Swing: Right Side Pass [1:29]
40. West Coast Swing: Left Side Pass [1:31]
41. West Coast Swing: Tuck Turn With Syncopation [1:22]
42. West Coast Swing: Alternative Basic #1 & 2 [1:23]
43. West Coast Swing: Putting It All Together [1:39]
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Menu

Side #1 --
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    The teacher and demonstrators didn't do the steps slow enough and repetitive enough to be able to follow and in the turns you couldn't see one of the dancers steps. It could have been so much better if the teacher clearly explained the steps--she assumed the student watching knew what she was talking about

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