|Dance Structure||Single sequence repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||2 counts/bar, 8 bars/phrase. (But dance sequence is 15 counts.)|
|Music Speed||95 counts/min.|
|Music||'A Camel in Nunavut' by Night Sun.|
|Source||Steps from Tony Mounter (who learnt it from heli in Walblerswick) in Ipswich in 2012.|
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A traditional Greek dance but done to an amusingly different piece of music. It has a continual motion feel. Although the sequence is quite short, it can be amusingly confusing to follow at first. It crosses the music.
Style: (Not traditional Greek version.) Flat footed plodding. Metronome-like feel (in the regular bits).
Summary: 4 bars.
4 bars. However it does not really matter as the dance crosses the music. This is just a convenient clear part of the music to synchronise the start on.
Summary: 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.
|Start||Facing the centre of the circle. Weight on L ft. V-hold.|