Various vintage jazz moves

Lucy shows some various vintage jazz moves.

The moves in this video are:
– Touch steps behinde also known as Tackie Annies.
– Touch steps in front also known as Jig walks.
– Rocking also known as Halleluhjas.
– Slide steps.
– Mess around.
– Opposites.
– Heel toes.
– Skates.
– Fishtails.
– Boogie forward.
– Cool breeze in the knees.
– Boogie drop.
– Fall of the log.
– Suzy Q.
– Truckin’

Follow the instructions text in the video.

Teacher: Lucy Falkner
http://www.rhythmcity.ca

The song used is “Wabash Blues” by the Carling Family from Sweden.

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Syncopation moves and 20s Charleston variations

Kevin and Jo show a syncopated step move, a 20s Charleston jump variation, and Skating from 20s Charleston.

In this video you have a syncopation step in a Charleston Circle.
The other move is going from 20s Charleston face-to-face into a jump Charleston step.
The last move is going into Skates from face-to-face closed position.

Teachers: Kevin St. Laurent and Emily Jo Hoffberg http://www.kevinstlaurent.com and http://johoffberg.com/

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Charleston sequence

Ali and Katja show a Charleston sequence.

The sequence starts with the Chase into Tandem (sometimes called the S-turn into Tandem); from there you transition into side-by-side Skates, and finally a chase into 20s Charleston face-to-face.

Follow the teaching explanations in the video: the instructions are very easy and helpful.

Teachers: Ali Taghavi and Katja Uckermann www.SwingStep.com and www.aliandkatja.com

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