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J&T New Basics and Fundamentals (EXCP Bronze)
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J&T New Basics and Fundamentals (EXCP Bronze)

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Jordan Frisbee, Tatiana Mollmann
Beginner, Intermediate
West Coast Swing
Running Time:
60 minutes
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** Due to the high cost and limited availability, this title is only available on Silver and Gold plans **

Learn how accomplished dancers perform the basics! This brand new DVD updates their Upper Level Basics & Fundamentals DVD, with an updated take on all your basic patterns. It includes information on connection, new basic patterns, and ways to improve upon your level of performance.

Jordan & Tatiana are the top West Coast Swing couple in the world with numerous U.S. Open Swing Dance Championship titles. Their dancing and performances are breathtaking to watch and their ability to teach is unsurpassed. Watch them dance in this video clip:

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LJH - November 5, 2017

Surprisingly, this disc isn’t basic or fundamental enough to merit the name. It might better be called, “a discussion of some things you might want to do in your WCS…”

It’s certainly not a beginner disc. It lacks step-by-step discussion of WCS being a slotted dance, much about weight transfers, connection, handgrips, etc. And, it’s not necessarily “fundamental” as there is lots of: “I do this… Sometimes, you could do that…”

Of course, this is titled, “Upper Level… Basics and Fundamentals” so if you take it that – as described on Danceflix – this is how “accomplished dancers” perform “the basics” – you might have a case. However, a better case might be “This is how Jordan and Tatiana do basic and fundamental moves.” Go with that idea…

As such, this disc and its content make more sense in the multi-disc line up offered by Jordan and Tatiana – doing WCS as Jordan and Tatiana do WCS. Which is great… Still, as a “stand-alone” disc for someone needing “plain” basics and fundamentals first, it’s not very illuminating – and could be confusing, or, worse, off-putting.

“Intermediate Basics… by Jordan and Tatiana…” That would have been better.

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