Traditional Dance - Appalachian Clogging (Stepping)

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Appendix

* Note re Bar length: 'Musicians Bars' are the units used above; each of these equates to one 'basic' step in the dance, or two 'singles








No
Meter
Title
Track details
Track
mins
Details
1
000
Old Grimes
(Norman Blake)
 
5:36
This is a track to warm up to
L2
MEDLEY - SLOW SPEED
   
a
Bill Cheatham
1 x 32 bars
 
b
Butterfly Weed
2x16 bars
   
c
Floppy- Eared Mule
1 x 32 bars
4:35
d
Rag-time Annie
1 x 32 bars
 
13
MEDLEY - MEDIUM SPEED
 
a
Bill Cheatham
     
b
Butterfly Weed
   
c
Floppy- Eared Mule
 
9:46
d
Rag-time Annie
 
e
Bill Cheatham
   
14
CHOREGRAPHY BREAKDOWN - Using 'Rag-time Annie' as example
a
 
1 first 4 bars counted - three times separately
0:36
b
 
1 second 4 bars counted - three times separately
:36
c
 
1 one 'A' part (= 8 bars)
0:35
d
 
1 two 'A* parts (= 16 bars)
0:26
e
 
two 'A' parts plus two 'B' parts (= 32 bars)
0:52
f
 
| Rag-time Annie as in the medley (side A) plus 'outro' to Bill Cheatham 2:07

 

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