I have just found this interesting explanation
Angel, I have just found the whole series. Thank you :-)
Thank you Angel... and, well, it would be nice to have that scanned copy... :)
there are many video online about sirtaki but I couldn't find one naming the figures.
Can anybody help me, please?
Thank you Derekweb, (34 min 25 sec): this what I actually learned and the (Edita's) answer to my question. :-)
Taken from "Just One Idea", Foxtrot:
"As the moving leg reaches extension count "slow" and as the body moves on to the standing foot count "and"...
Well, actually, I found it on the internet and downloaded just now. However, my offer about The Irvine Legacy is still valid ;-)
May I have a copy, please? I can give you The Irvine Legacy, if necessary ;-)
Yes, you can find this description in The Irvine Legacy or here [MEDIA]. "Your" version is what is actually seen and what, just to refer again to...
I'm talking referring to beats, you are referring to steps :-)
This is interesting: indeed, previously, if I rememeber well, it was described as rise at end of 2, 3 up, and lower at end of 4, which actually is...
I would love those books :-)
Thank you for your contribution, Angel. In principle, I agree with you: dance is not trigonometry; nevertheless, as long as we dance with music,...
Yes, approximately, obviously :-)
Separate names with a comma.