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Re: Foxtrot 6b
Posted by Waltz123
9/14/2012  6:27:00 PM
Yep. It's fixed now. Thanks for the tip.

Regards,
Jonathan Atkinson
www.ballroomdancers.com
Re: Foxtrot 6b
Posted by billymarsh
9/17/2012  4:24:00 PM
Foxtrot began in the early 1900s, in contrast to the Waltz. Jazz musicians like Scott Joplin began to produce syncopated ragtime music. A whole group of one-step dances with animal names arose. They were the Turkey Trot, the Monkey Dance, the Grizzly Bear, the Bunny Hug, and others.
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