What is the basic steps of swing?
The basic pattern is triple step, triple step, and a rock step. When you’re starting out you can replace the triple step with a single step. In that case the pattern would be step, step, rock step or rock step, step, step, depending on how you start counting. The overall progression is, of course, the same.
What are the basic steps of East Coast Swing?
|Rock||Beat 1 – STEP back with your RIGHT foot|
|Step||Beat 3 – STEP to the right with your RIGHT foot|
|Beat 4 – Begin to shift your weight back to your left foot|
|Step||Beat 5 – STEP to the left with your LEFT foot|
|Beat 6 – Begin to shift your weight to the right and back|
What is 16 counts dance?
16 counts: The “And” By inserting an “and” in between each count – “One (and), two (and), three (and), four…” You’re splitting up the 8 count into 16ths. Practice locating those “and” counts by snapping on those.
What is the count for the Charleston?
In both the 20s Charleston and Swinging Charleston, the basic step takes eight counts and is danced either alone or with a partner.
What are the different types of Swing moves?
Most of these swing moves can be danced interchangeably in Four Count Swing, Six Count Swing, Triple Step Swing, and Hustle, with only a change in footwork. The numbers and letter after the name denote the footwork (s) with which the move had been demoed.
When did the Triple Step Swing come out?
Triple Step Swing appeared in the 1930s alongside triple step Lindy Hop. These variations only apply to triple count swing. For general swing moves, see Swing Moves. Here are a few of our favorite Triple Step Swing tunes, arranged by tempo.
When did four count swing become popular in disco?
Four Count Swing is Swing in even timing, one count per beat, walk-walk-rock-step. It first appeared in the 1950s as a minor variation among teenagers on American Bandstand. In the 1970s, it became a popular basic step in Disco. These variations only apply to four count swing.