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PostSubject: TWILIGHT 2: 32/4 Adv Beg (William Sevone) - video link   Tue 27 Oct 2009, 12:57

DANCE VIDEO LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IB3u3iQ9-98

TWILIGHT 2


Choreographed by:- William Sevone, November 2009
Choreographed to:- “La Hora del Crepusculo” (Twilight time) (77bpm)… Estela Raval y Los Cincos Latinos
Available on ‘The Best of’ and also via iTunes or Amazon
Four Wall Line Dance:- 32 count – Advanced Beginner
Dance Video link:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IB3u3iQ9-98
Choreographers note:- The dance is identical to ‘Twilight’ (which uses the English language version of ‘Twilight time’ by The Platters) except for the inclusion of a Bridge and a different dance finish.
Always remember - 'The beat may reach your feet - but the rhythm should electrify your soul'.
Dance starts on main vocals after the 12 second intro.


2x Cross-Bwd Diagonals. Full Turn Paddle (12:00)
1& 2 Cross left over right, step right diagonally backward right, step left diagonally backward left.
3& 4 Cross right over left, step left diagonally backward left, step right diagonally backward right.
Dance note: Counts 1-4 - use small steps to keep with the timing.
5 – 6 Turn ¼ right & step forward onto left (3). Turn ¼ right & recover onto right (6).
7 – 8 Turn ¼ right & step left to left side (9). Turn ¼ right & recover onto right (12).

2x Cross-Bwd Diagonals. Full Turn Paddle (12:00)
9& 10 Cross left over right, step right diagonally backward right, step left diagonally backward left.
11& 12 Cross right over left, step left diagonally backward left, step right diagonally backward right.
Dance note: Counts 9-12 - use small steps to keep with the timing.
13 – 14 Turn ¼ right & step forward onto left (3). Turn ¼ right & recover onto right (6).
15 – 16 Turn ¼ right & step left to left side (9). Turn ¼ right & recover onto right (12).

Walk:LR. 2x Diagonal Cross Shuffle. Fwd. 1/2 Pivot (6:00)
17 – 18 Walk forward: Left-Right.
19& 20 Forward diagonal cross shuffle right stepping: L.R-L.
21& 22 Forward diagonal cross shuffle left stepping: R.L-R.
Dance note: Counts19-22 - body facing forward.
23 – 24 Step forward onto left. Pivot ½ right (weight on right) (6).

Bridge: Wall 6 only (after section 3 count 24 & facing 3:00)
1 – 4 Stepping left to left side - sway onto left (2 counts). Sway onto right (2 counts).
5 – 6 Sway onto left. Sway onto right.

1/4 Side. 3/4 Fwd. 2x Rock-Recover-Fwd. Fwd. 1/4 Pivot (9:00)
25 – 26 Turn ¼ right & step left to left side (9). Turn ¾ right & step forward onto right (6).
27& 28 Rock forward onto left, recover onto right, step forward onto left.
29& 30 Rock forward onto right, recover onto left, step forward onto right.
31 – 32 Step forward onto left. Pivot ¼ right (weight on right) (9).

Dance Finish: After the 6th wall (facing 6:00)
1 Turn ¼ right & step forward onto left (9).
2& 3 Turn ¼ right & step right behind (12), step left to left side, step slightly forward onto right.
4 - 5 Scuff left foot diagonally right. Scuff/swing left foot backward (to outside of right)
6 Touch left toe to next to outside of right toe & hold this position.

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PostSubject: Re: TWILIGHT 2: 32/4 Adv Beg (William Sevone) - video link   Tue 24 Nov 2009, 01:08

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