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PostSubject: MIO MONDO: 32/2 (Patrizio Buanne)   Tue 20 Mar 2007, 17:21

For those who can get enough of the Latino flavoured sounds of Patrizio Buanne....

...and for those who remember the Cilla Black version??!!... YES... it can be done to that track as well. There is one restart (couldn't be helped).

MIO MONDO

Choreographed by:- William Sevone. March 9th 2007
Choreographed to:- You’re my World (Il Mio Mondo) (64 bpm) by Patrizio Buanne (Forever Begins Tonight)
Recommended alternative:- You’re my World (64 bpm) by Cilla Black (Greatest Hits / many compilations)
Two Wall Line Dance:- 32 count – Advanced Beginner
Choreographers note:- Treat all the steps and moves with a ‘softness’. Whilst taking note of the ‘expressions’
or styling that are included within the dance please feel free to add your own as can be seen in the video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puYjle8DNt0 . This dance is ideally suited for the Advanced Beginner within the
new levels. There is also a little history regarding this dance (REVISED SCRIPT now includes a ‘dance finish’
and has become a two wall dance)


2X FWD DIAGONAL. 2X FWD DIAGONAL SHUFFLE. SIDE. 1/2 LEFT SIDE. (6:00)
1–2 (with slight hip sways) Step right diag forward right. Step left diag forward left.
3&4 (with short steps & upper body-head facing forward) Shuffle diag forward right (R.L-R).
5&6 (with short steps & upper body-head facing forward) Shuffle diag forward left (L.R-L)
7–8 Step right to right side. Turn ½ left & step left to left side with slight sway. (6:00).


RECOVER. 1/2 LEFT SIDE. REVERSE CROSS SHUFFLE & CROSS SHUFFLE. CROSS. SIDE. (12:00)
9–10 Recover onto right. Turn ½ left & step left to left side. (12:00)
11&12 Step right behind left, step left to left side, step right behind left.
&13&14 Step left next to right, cross right over left, step left to left side, cross right over left.
15–16 Cross left over right. Step right to right side.


BEHIND. 1/4 RIGHT FWD. CROSS. BWD. 1/2 LEFT FWD. CROSS. BWD. 1/4 RIGHT SIDE. (12:00)
17–18 Step left behind right. Turn ¼ right & step forward onto right. (3:00)
19–20 Cross left over right. Step backward onto right.
21–22 Turn ½ left & step forward onto left. Cross right over left. (9:00)
23–24 Step backward onto left. Turn ¼ right & (with sway) step right to right side. (12:00)


RECOVER. 1/2 RIGHT SWEEP. 2X FWD DIAGONAL SHUFFLE. DIAG CROSS. ‘LOOK BACK’. (6:00)
25–26 Recover weight onto left. With right foot sweep – turn ½ right & step right to right side (6:00).
27&28 (with short steps & upper body-head-lead foot all facing forward)
Cross shuffle diag forward right (L.R-L)
RESTART POINT: 4th Wall
29&30 (with short steps & upper body-head-lead foot all facing forward)
Cross shuffle diag forward left (R.L-R)
31 (turning upper body to right) Cross step left diagonally over right.
32 Turn upper body & head right (as if looking behind).
(turning both head and full body to face the new wall – prepare for diagonal step of count 1)

DANCE FINISH: Count 16 of the 6th wall . After which do the following:
1–2 (with slight hip sways) Step left diag forward left. Step right diag forward right.
3–4 (with slight hip sways) Step left diag backward left. Step right diag backward right.
5–6 Step left diag backward right. Pivot ½ left – and hold.


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PostSubject: Re: MIO MONDO: 32/2 (Patrizio Buanne)   Sat 27 Oct 2007, 06:09

Dance, it appears, is more popular in the TWO wall format... (though I still prefer the FOUR wall)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puYjle8DNt0
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