|Formation||Open circle with leader at right hand end. W-hold.|
|Dance Structure||Short sequence repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||4 counts/bar, 4 bar phrases.|
|Music Speed||120 counts/min.|
|Source||Maggie O'Regan (who learnt from Cherry Allen in London in 2015) at the 2015 Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival.|
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A Pontic Greek dance with a short sequence but arms that can be (amusingly) tricky to do even though they are simple to explain (whenever touching or stepping L foot infront, arms go down).
Style: Pontic. Staccato. Flat footed except where specified otherwise. W-hold with upper arms vertically down & elbows almost fully flexed. Bounces on travelling steps are from the kness and small fast sharp down-up-down-up on each step like a rebound from putting weight on the floor.
None. Start at the beginning of any phrase.
Summary: R side, L close, R side, L close touch. L touch slow (side heel, infront flat, side heel). (L forwards, R replace) x 2. L close Triple step in place. Arms down in each touch & step infront.
|Start||Facing centre of the circle. Weight on L foot. W-hold.|