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looks great! can’t wait to try it and see the other videos. I have one of these heel moves in my HP that I used to struggle to understand, and because it was broken down so well here, I can finally do it correctly.
so would the left then be danced out at the left angle, like repeat the pattern but reverse the side? and is there a second part of this after the lead out on both sides?
Yes, you are right the left foot is then performed at the same angle but with the opposite foot. We will be releasing the left foot very soon followed by the next part which is called the “set part” which is longer but only danced with the right foot.
Has anyone mastered this right foot step yet?? Let me know if you have any questions 🙂
mastered isn’t the word i would use…. lol. i’m having difficulty getting the swivels in time
what speed is this also?
I absolutely love this. I can’t believe CLRG is allowing it! Too good to be true!
Is it possible to add the step dancing along from the back in a slow motion please? thank you
Hi Hanna – which part are you talking about exactly? Can you tell me the time on the video of where you would want the slow motion to start?
Thank you Paul I seem to have got it all 🙂
Do you have the other version of King of the Fairies, I am 8, but this version is different.
What’s the speed?
Hi Colleen, the speed of the music is 108.
I know you said the speed is 108 but is that the traditional speed?
Hi Caitie –
No, the Three Sea Captains can be danced in the traditional way, using the traditional steps usually at around speed 90-96.
Hope this helps!
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