Tsamikos Kharditsa (A Camel in Nunavut) - Summary

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Region Sacred Circle
Dance Structure Single sequence repeated throughout the music.
Formation Circle. V-hold.
Music Structure 2 counts/bar, 8 bars/phrase. (But dance sequence is 15 counts.)
Introduction 4 bars.
Whole sequence. Facing centre. (R side, L across infront) x 2. R side, L forwards, R in place, L to the side. R & L in place qq. R across infront, L side, R forwards. Facing diagonally L, backwards L, R, L.
Source From Tony Mounter (who learnt it from heli in Walberswick who learnt it, to different music, from Laura Shannon) in Ipswich in 2012.
Date Written 2013-10-13. Updated 2017-04-15.

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