ABC - Guard - 1-8 pair up (2 groups of 2 1 group of 3) 1...

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Hey girls look it over. I tried to explain everything. As you can see we only use 4 basic moves so it should be easy plus it's a slower song. Group 1: 1-8 carves 1-8 butterfly 1-8 DT Group 2 (first 24 counts): Talk and act like you don't even know what they are doing but act as if you are cooler than group 1. Make it convincing because the audience has no idea what we are suppose to be doing. 1-4 Group 1 windmill to left slam 5-8 Group 2 winmill to left slam 1 right hand on butt 2 parallel at waist 3 parallel above head 4 parallel behing head 5-8 turn 1-4 untuck from head (down to left) catch on 4 w/ right hand 5-8 carve 1-8 butterfly 1-8 DT
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Unformatted text preview: 1-8 pair up (2 groups of 2 1 group of 3) 1 toss flag to partner 2 catch partners flag 3-4 DS 5-8 Repeat 1-4 Repeat 5-8 Left half of a butterfly 1 parallel at waist 2 slightly raise right side 3 parallel by bring up left side 4 parallel at waist 5 switch hands flag perpendicular to ground 6 parallel flag to right 7-8 tuck behind head 1-2 untuck (bend to the left) 3-4 across the toes 5-6 cradle 7-8 uncradle to right shoulder 1-2 turn right 3-4 DS 5-6 right shoulder 7-8 Turn right 1-8 DT 1-8 carve 1-8 butterfly 1-8 DT 1-8 windmills 1-8 butterfly 1-8 carves (staccato not legato) 1-4 windmill to pose...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course KJB jb taught by Professor H during the Spring '11 term at Johns Hopkins.

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ABC - Guard - 1-8 pair up (2 groups of 2 1 group of 3) 1...

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