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Dance Lovers: Waltz Beginning

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Foster Lampert, Judi Lampert
Dance Lovers USA
Running Time:
47 minutes
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Learn the Waltz with Dance Lovers! Your instructors, Foster and Judi Lampert, have many decades of teaching experience to make learning quick, easy, fun and effective. The following figures are covered:

1. Left Box
2. Box Turn (Left)
3. Waltz Steps (Forward)
4. Closed Twinkle
5. Left Turn (Line of Dance)
6. Underarm Turn
7. Right Turns
8. Two Way Turns
9. Single Twinkle
10. Balances - Forward & Back
11. Balance & Left Turn
12. Promenade Underarm
13. Triple Twinkle
14. Running Steps
15. Back Twinkle
16. Conversation

Note: The video quality is below average, but the quality of instruction and organization of material is very good. Discs are DVD-R format and may not play in some DVD players.

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LJH - November 5, 2014

Disk 1, Waltz, is basically all the Waltz moves from the Lampert's 4 disk BALLROOM Series.

If you've rented those disks - 1, 2, 3a, and 3b - then you've seen and done these Waltz moves already. If you haven't, and just want to learn Waltz, start here.

This is very-very-very plain instruction and very much "beginner" dancing in it's look and feel. It doesn't tell you much about how to do things - you just have to get with a partner and step it out as you follow what they show you; very much like any beginner dance class...

Seriously, most "How to" disks aim too high and much time is spent on "the look." No time wasted on "looks" here - it's just "step here and go there" instruction.

Coffee helps, along with patience, and, a few good slow and obvious Waltz songs to practice to - like many Country Western Waltzes. Save the "dreamy" ballroom music for when you're past the beginner stage; walk before you run...

Not pretty dancing, but "good enough" for many venues (weddings, church dances, etc.) outside of "Dancing with the Stars."

Good luck.

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