Óine Dóine - Summary

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Region Bulgaria
Formation Open circle. Chain hold & V-hold.
Dance Structure ((A1 + A2) x 6 + (B1 + B2)) repeated throughout the music.
Music Structure Part A 4 counts/bar, 9 beats/bar, 6 bar phrases. Part B 4, 2 & 4 counts/bar, 9, 5 & 9 beats/bar, 6 bar phrases.
Introduction 9 bars.
Part A1 Forwards to the R in R step, L lift, L step, R step.
Part A2 Part A1 on opposite feet.
Part B1 Change to V-hold. In in (R, L, R lift, R), (L lift, L), (R, L, R, L). In place (R lift, R infront, L lift, L in place), (R close, L infront), (R lift, R in place, L lift, L close).
Part B2 Part B1 but backing out & end changing to chain hold with L close, R touch.
Source Iliana Bozhanova in her weekend course for Balkanplus in London, September 2009.
Date Written 2010/6/22. Updated 2010/6/30 & 2010/9/21.

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