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Fiona Haywood

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PostSubject: New country beginner/improver dance   Mon 08 Oct 2007, 09:08

Hi everyone

When we recently went to Dusseldorf to do a workshop, Patricia who invited us is married to Frank who is a big rock/country fan - so much so, his biggest influence is Big Country. He made the vital mistake of saying that he would learn to dance (he is a non dancer at present) if a dance was written to a Big Country track, so the gauntlet was thrown down and hence the result is this beginner/improver dance Alan has written! There is one more track he has been asked to write to from the same album so hopefully this one will be done soon!

Here's the script, it's on our site in PDF form and has been sent to LD. We hope to video the dance tonight (if Alan doesn't go wrong too many times - lol!!!) Hope you will give it a try at your beginner classes!

I WALK THE HILL

32 Count – 2 wall – beginner/improver
32 count intro, start on vocals
Choreographed by Alan Haywood (UK) (October 2007)
E-Mail: alan.haywood@yahoo.com Website: www.alan.haywood.co.uk
Choreographed to “I Walk The Hill” by Big Country from The Seer album – 113bpm
Available from iTunes and Napster for download
Alternative track – any piece of music you like around this tempo


Section 1
Bend, stand up, R side, touch together, R side shuffle, rock back, recover
1-2 Bend both knees, stand up straight
Option : If you don’t like to bend – touch right out to right side, touch right next to left

3-4 Touch right to right side, touch right next to left
5&6 Step right to right side, close left next to right, step right to right side
7-8 Rock back onto left slightly behind right, recover weight forward onto right

Section 2
L vine ¼ L brush, R forward, ½ L, stomp forward R L
L vine ¼ L brush, R forward, ½ L, stomp forward R L
1-2 Step left to left side, cross step right behind left
3-4 Step left ¼ left, brush right forward
5-6 Step forward onto right, pivot ½ turn left
7-8 Walk forward with stomps right left

Section 3
Rocking chair, R forward shuffle, rock, recover
1-2 Rock forward onto right, recover weight back onto left
3-4 Rock back onto right, recover weight forward onto left
5&6 Step forward onto right, close left next to right, step forward onto right
7-8 Rock forward onto left, recover weight back onto right

Section 4
L coaster, R forward, ½ L, R forward, ¼ L, touch R forward, step together
1&2 Step left back, step right next to left, step left forward
3-4 Step forward onto right, pivot ½ turn left
5-6 Step forward onto right, pivot ¼ turn left
7-8 Touch right heel forward, step right next to left (weight equal)


END OF DANCE – ENJOY!

NO TAGS OR RESTARTS – YIPPEEEEE!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: New country beginner/improver dance   Tue 09 Oct 2007, 04:53

Hi all

The video for this dance is now on YouTube and our website www.alanhaywood.co.uk - Demo Videos page and has been sent to LD Watch and Learn.

Enjoy!

Fi x
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PostSubject: Re: New country beginner/improver dance   Wed 26 Dec 2007, 04:38

Hiya,
Frank has learned it and even Dave is trying to....so there will be a big "hello" and your next party flower

Pat
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