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Flat-Footing for Fun w/Terry Doyle

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Description – This is an instructional video on Flat-footing by Terry Doyle of NC. She breaks down a variety of her steps, often done at ½ tempo as she explains each one and shows you how to integrate them and do transitions. All the sections have live music by David Haynes. She first explains how to do each step slowly, then shows you how to do it to music. The length is 56 min. The very first section of dancing has some grainy video, but the rest is clear. There are also lots of close ups of her feet as she explains each step. The video has the following sections / steps:

1. Dancing – Shows her overall dance style as she dances on a front porch. This is the same video as shown in the promotional video of this listing.

2. Introduction – Terry introduces the dance and talks about the concept of having fun and how it relates to the dance. She talks about how to learn it and what she likes about this dance and how she first discovered Flat-footing.

3. Bending the Knees – This sections talks about how to position your weight and how to time yourself to the music.

4. Stepping – This step expands on the previous section showing you how to ‘Bend your Knee’ on one foot. Making your first sounds start in this section.

5. The Basic – Is a ‘Step – Rock – Step’. This step shows how to transition the weight from one foot as it prepares you for more advanced steps.

6. The Buck Step– This is her favorite step of Flat-footing. It has a pull back motion and is the basis for the ‘Tennessee Walking Step’ which is shown later.

7. The Buck Step with The Basic – This section she shows how to combine the ‘Buck Step’ with the ‘Step – Rock – Step’ of the ‘The Basic’ You can see by now she shows you how to combine the steps in these sections.

8. The Buck Step with the Alamo – In this section she show you how to add that ‘pull’ which allows you to add the ‘Buck Step’ to the ‘Alamo’.

9. Review – In this section she reviews how to combine the basic with the ‘Buck Step’. She calls out the three different steps to live music showing you how to do the transitions.

10. Heal Step– This step shows you how to step up onto your ‘Heal’. This is combined with stepping and other steps.

11. Combinations – In this sections she shows you how to combine the ‘Heal Step’ with ‘The Basic’ and the ‘Buck Step’.

12. The Shuffle Step – The ‘Shuffle Step’ is the basic for many clogging groups and she shows you how to combine. ‘The Basic’ and the ‘Alamo’ is reviewed in this section.

13. Shuffle Step with Alamo – She shows how to combine the ‘Shuffle Step’ with the ‘Alamo’.

14. Shuffle Step with Basic – She shows how to combine the ‘Shuffle Step’ with the ‘Basic’ and then goes back to ‘Shuffle Step with Alamo’.

15. Tennessee Walking Step – The fun section everyone is waiting for, she first does a short demonstration to live music, which can really wow you. Then she breaks it all down and shows how the ‘Buck Step’ is the basis for this step. She starts with the ‘Buck Step’ and shows you how to add in additional sounds.

16. Chugs – The step is done by a lot of flat-footers. She shows how to do it first with two feet and then on one foot. And she shows several variations of this step.

17. Transitions – This sections goes through all the steps and shows how to do all the steps to live music and transition between each one. She starts off very slowly and slowly adds additional steps. You are really having fun now.

18. Freestyle – this section show her dancing just using her own style. You can see her natural form very well in this section.

Nature – The experience of learning Flat-footing is combined with having respect to earth, wind, and water. The production of the DVD uses green energies and packaging materials whenever possible. Note: This item ships by default in a paper sleeve, which consumes 10 times less non-renewable energy than jewel CD cases. It can be upgraded to a jewel case for $5 additional charge. Please make a note in your payment section and we will provide instructions for the upgrade charge. We use bicycles when possible to deliver the DVD to the nearest shipping center for shipment.

Organization – Although Buck Dancing / Flat-footing is a freestyle dance we find that students learn better with well-organized material. All the sections happen in same teaching technique and music tempo. There are no sudden surprises. It’s so predictable you don’t even have to think about it at times.

Production Quality – You find no big budgets or Hollywood movie styles here. These methods greatly increase the cost and consume lots of non-renewable energies. Instead all the focus is place on teaching by clear examples and clear filming techniques. The balance of sound between voice, feet, and music was matched as closely as we could. Not at any point in the DVD do you have to guess what Terry is doing.

Terry Doyle – Having an exceptionally clean sounding Tennessee Walking Step, Terry teaches Flat-footing and calls dances. She is often found at festivals and calling dances in the Southeast and beyond. She is originally or Connecticut and discovered Flat-footing when she moved to the Southeast.
Description – This is an instructional video on Flat-footing by Terry Doyle of NC. She breaks down a variety of her steps, often done at ½ tempo as she explains each one and shows you how to integrate them and do transitions. All the sections have live music by David Haynes. She first explains how to do each step slowly, then shows you how to do it to music. The length is 56 min. The very first section of dancing has some grainy video, but the rest is clear. There are also lots of close ups of her feet as she explains each step. The video has the following sections / steps:

1. Dancing – Shows her overall dance style as she dances on a front porch. This is the same video as shown in the promotional video of this listing.

2. Introduction – Terry introduces the dance and talks about the concept of having fun and how it relates to the dance. She talks about how to learn it and what she likes about this dance and how she first discovered Flat-footing.

3. Bending the Knees – This sections talks about how to position your weight and how to time yourself to the music.

4. Stepping – This step expands on the previous section showing you how to ‘Bend your Knee’ on one foot. Making your first sounds start in this section.

5. The Basic – Is a ‘Step – Rock – Step’. This step shows how to transition the weight from one foot as it prepares you for more advanced steps.

6. The Buck Step– This is her favorite step of Flat-footing. It has a pull back motion and is the basis for the ‘Tennessee Walking Step’ which is shown later.

7. The Buck Step with The Basic – This section she shows how to combine the ‘Buck Step’ with the ‘Step – Rock – Step’ of the ‘The Basic’ You can see by now she shows you how to combine the steps in these sections.

8. The Buck Step with the Alamo – In this section she show you how to add that ‘pull’ which allows you to add the ‘Buck Step’ to the ‘Alamo’.

9. Review – In this section she reviews how to combine the basic with the ‘Buck Step’. She calls out the three different steps to live music showing you how to do the transitions.

10. Heal Step– This step shows you how to step up onto your ‘Heal’. This is combined with stepping and other steps.

11. Combinations – In this sections she shows you how to combine the ‘Heal Step’ with ‘The Basic’ and the ‘Buck Step’.

12. The Shuffle Step – The ‘Shuffle Step’ is the basic for many clogging groups and she shows you how to combine. ‘The Basic’ and the ‘Alamo’ is reviewed in this section.

13. Shuffle Step with Alamo – She shows how to combine the ‘Shuffle Step’ with the ‘Alamo’.

14. Shuffle Step with Basic – She shows how to combine the ‘Shuffle Step’ with the ‘Basic’ and then goes back to ‘Shuffle Step with Alamo’.

15. Tennessee Walking Step – The fun section everyone is waiting for, she first does a short demonstration to live music, which can really wow you. Then she breaks it all down and shows how the ‘Buck Step’ is the basis for this step. She starts with the ‘Buck Step’ and shows you how to add in additional sounds.

16. Chugs – The step is done by a lot of flat-footers. She shows how to do it first with two feet and then on one foot. And she shows several variations of this step.

17. Transitions – This sections goes through all the steps and shows how to do all the steps to live music and transition between each one. She starts off very slowly and slowly adds additional steps. You are really having fun now.

18. Freestyle – this section show her dancing just using her own style. You can see her natural form very well in this section.

Nature – The experience of learning Flat-footing is combined with having respect to earth, wind, and water. The production of the DVD uses green energies and packaging materials whenever possible. Note: This item ships by default in a paper sleeve, which consumes 10 times less non-renewable energy than jewel CD cases. It can be upgraded to a jewel case for $5 additional charge. Please make a note in your payment section and we will provide instructions for the upgrade charge. We use bicycles when possible to deliver the DVD to the nearest shipping center for shipment.

Organization – Although Buck Dancing / Flat-footing is a freestyle dance we find that students learn better with well-organized material. All the sections happen in same teaching technique and music tempo. There are no sudden surprises. It’s so predictable you don’t even have to think about it at times.

Production Quality – You find no big budgets or Hollywood movie styles here. These methods greatly increase the cost and consume lots of non-renewable energies. Instead all the focus is place on teaching by clear examples and clear filming techniques. The balance of sound between voice, feet, and music was matched as closely as we could. Not at any point in the DVD do you have to guess what Terry is doing.

Terry Doyle – Having an exceptionally clean sounding Tennessee Walking Step, Terry teaches Flat-footing and calls dances. She is often found at festivals and calling dances in the Southeast and beyond. She is originally or Connecticut and discovered Flat-footing when she moved to the Southeast.

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