Case Study: 8-Count Basic
- Case Study: 8-Count Basic
- 8-Count Basic, the First Way, Salon
- Transition to prepare for 3-Step-to-Cross done with Boleo Turning 90° Left
- How to Lead Boleo to the Left
- Transition to Prepare for the 3-Step-to-Cross in a "Regular Way"
- What is Cross
- Going to Cross from Side-Position on the Same Leg
- Transition from Cross preparing for Resolution
- "8-Body-Twists" Basic
- Step Diagram of the 8-Count Basic done with Boleo Turning 90° Left
- Step Diagram for the 8-Count Basic with the Preparation for 3-Step-to-Cross done in the "Regular Way"
- Step Diagram of the 8-Count Basic done in a Rectangular Way
- Step Diagram of the 8-Count Basic Done in a Most Unusual Way
- Timing and Rhythmic Feel and Variations
- Common and not so Common Improvisations
- Apilado Notes
- Obtaining the Stage 4 Pose with Glued Feet Pattern Generator
- 8-Count Basic with the Circular 3-Step-to-Cross
- 8-Count Basic with a Foot Change done simply. "Cross Basic"
- 8-Count Basic, the Second Way, Orillero
- "Open Body to Cross Body" vs. "Side, Foot Change to Cross Body"
- "Opposite Barrida to Cross and to Liberty" vs. "Opposite Barrida to Parada"
- "Side, Foot Change, and to Parada" vs. "Side, Foot Change, and to Liberty"
- Inserting Cross into Milonga Box. The Third Way of 8-Count
- Unwinding 8-Count Basic in a Line
- Milonga Box Resolution in Line
- Boleo with the Redirection to Left Going Around the Woman
- Man's Opposite Parada in Promenade Pose
- Making 8-Count Basic with Turning to the Left Twice
- How to Lead Her to Forward Step Instead of Cross. Continuation of the Circular 3-Step-to-Cross into the Second Half-Turn ending with Boleo with the Redirection to Left
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