New Vogue Sequence Partner Dance: 16 Bar Routine. Meter 4/4: Tempo: Between 96 -
106 BPM. Any slow song of 16 Bars recommended. Latin Rhythm- Q-Q-S. Danced off beat 1,2, 3-4
Begin on main vocals. Footwork: ball flat throughout. Man's steps only described. Lady
dances natural opposite in this dance. All steps are in sets of twos. Music for this dance - GUANTANAMERA by Roberto Delgado. 106 BPM.
Choreographer: SHANTHIE DE MEL. Australia.
Dancers: CLARE & JOE. Australia.
ABBREVIATIONS FOR THIS DANCE: Q = Quick. S = Slow. LOD = Line Of Dance.
Begin in Ballroom Hold, Man facing, Lady backing Wall, feet together.
Man's steps. (Lady does the natural opposite.)
1 Q,Q, S Rumba Basic forward facing Wall.
2 Q,Q, S Rumba Basic back ending in Side By Side Hold.
3 Q,Q, S New Yorker.
4 Q,Q, S New Yorker ending in Handshake Hold.
5 Q,Q, S Rumba walks forward.
6 Q,Q, S Rumba rocks in place.
7 Q,Q, S Rumba walks back.
8 Q,Q, S Rumba rocks in place ending in Side By Side Hold.
9 Q,Q, S Hand to hand.
10 Q,Q, S Hand to hand ending facing LOD, in Open Extended Hold.
11 Q,Q, S Chasse left.
12 Q,Q, S Chasse right ending in Semi Shadow Hold, facing LOD.
13 Q,Q, S Rotary walks forward turning right.
14 Q,Q, S Rotary walks forward turning right, ending facing LOD.
15 Q,Q, S Lock step forward along LOD releasing lady.
16 Q,Q, S Spot turn left ending in Ballroom Hold, facing Wall.
Please do not alter this step sheet in any way. If you would like to use it on
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