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    slow fox step timing

    I have just found this interesting explanation http://www.ballroomguide.com/resources/blog/2016_10_26_foxtrot_timing.html
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    slow fox step timing

    Angel, I have just found the whole series. Thank you :-)
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    slow fox step timing

    Thank you Angel... and, well, it would be nice to have that scanned copy... :)
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    sirtaki figures

    Hello, there are many video online about sirtaki but I couldn't find one naming the figures. Can anybody help me, please? Thanks Albatr0s
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    slow fox step timing

    Thank you Derekweb, (34 min 25 sec): this what I actually learned and the (Edita's) answer to my question. :-)
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    slow fox step timing

    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" (the moving leg is closing towards standing leg)." It looks like this may be taken as a confirmation of what we were saying, right?
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    slow fox step timing

    Well, actually, I found it on the internet and downloaded just now. However, my offer about The Irvine Legacy is still valid ;-)
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    slow fox step timing

    May I have a copy, please? I can give you The Irvine Legacy, if necessary ;-) Thank you
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    slow fox step timing

    Yes, you can find this description in The Irvine Legacy or here . "Your" version is what is actually seen and what, just to refer again to the world champion couples mentioned above, they teach.
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    slow fox step timing

    I'm talking referring to beats, you are referring to steps :-)
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    slow fox step timing

    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 what does not happens in practice.
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    slow fox step timing

    I would love those books :-)
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    slow fox step timing

    Thank you for your contribution, Angel. In principle, I agree with you: dance is not trigonometry; nevertheless, as long as we dance with music, dance is also trigonometry or, better, mathematics because, even if music is an art, it is based on very precise mathematics rules. However, this is...
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    slow fox step timing

    Yes, approximately, obviously :-)
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    slow fox step timing

    This means that steps end at &'s, right?