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Quickstep - Dance rich variations

Technique dance the QUICKSTEP for beginners

see Recommended reading in dance. Symbols and abbreviations


English in origin, replaced the old quickstep Foxtrot (see Foxtrot), which was popular in the 30-ies and presented a wonderful sample of the quick dance. I should say that most English textbooks the term "Foxtrot" is called dance, which we called the slow Foxtrot.

If the term "Foxtrot" shaped (in a literal translation "step foxes"), the term "quickstep" is more accurate, that is "quick step". Indeed, we are talking about the dance, which, in accordance with its vital rhythm requires the executor of ease and mobility. Rich in variations, the quickstep is considered to be "a little grammar" standardized dances. Size: 4/4.

Temp: 48 bars or 192 beats per minute, the first and third beats accented.

Basic rhythm: slow, slow, quick, quick, slow; each "slow" step represents two shares, and each "quick" corresponds to one share. Position: partners stand and face each other erect, but without strain, feet together. Partner slightly to the right of the partner who supports her with his right brush just above the natural waist. In his left hand is the right hand of the partner, which he supports at the level of her eyes. Partner lead partner body and right hand, shoulders and arms are not involved in the movement.The steps of the quickstep is somewhat shorter than the slow Foxtrot, the quick music of this dance.

Quickstep Dance Technique for Beginners

Note: Position is also suitable for the quickstep, English waltz, slow Foxtrot and Viennese waltz.

1. Quarter turns

Movement start and end face diagonal to the wall.

For the Partner:

1. Step forward with your right foot, face diagonally to the wall, turning slightly to the right (slowly).

2. Step left foot to side along line of dance, body facing the wall (fast).

3. Continuing to turn slightly to the right, put your right foot to the left (quickly).

4. Step left foot to side and slightly back along the line of dance, body back diagonally to the center (slowly).

5. Step the right leg back, back, diagonally to center, turn body to the left (slowly).

6. To pull the left foot back to right, connecting the heel and the left toe in the direction diagonally to the wall (fast).

7. Turning on her right heel, put your left foot slightly forward right with slight pressure on the ball of the foot (quickly).

8. Step forward with the left foot, face diagonally to the wall (slowly).

Then start again from step 1.

For the Lady:

Takes the opposite steps.

MPC 1.5. Easy MPC 3. The lift to start at the end of 1, continue to 2, 3, 4 on top. Reduction at the end of 4. Easy lift 5-7. Tilt to the right for 2, 3. Directly into 4. Tilt to the right at 6, 7. For every four steps to execute 1/4 turn. Step 4 partner marks like "inside" between the feet of the partner.


The quarter turns. PA partner and partner

Fig. The quarter turns. PA partner and partner


2. Right turn

The movement begins to face diagonally to the wall and end face diagonal to the center.

For the Partner:

1. Step right foot forward, body turning right (slowly).

2. Step left foot to side, crossing the line of dance (quick).


Turn to the right. PA partner and partner

Fig. Turn to the right. PA partner and partner


3. Continuing the turn on the ball of the left foot, put her right foot (quick).

4. Step the left leg back, back along the line of dance while turning the body to the right (slowly).

5. Pull right foot to left, turning right at the heel of the left foot, turn the body diagonally to the center, shifting body weight to the right foot (slow).

6. Step left foot forward diagonally to the center (slowly).

For the Lady:

Takes the opposite steps.

MPC 1, 4, slightly 6. The rise at the end of 1, top 2, 3. Reduction at the end of 3. Tilt to the right for 2, 3. In steps 1-3 execute 3/8 turn and steps 4-6 are also 3/8 of a turn, performing a pull step (protracted) and brush ("brush") of the left leg on the right.

Quickstep requires the artist lightness and mobility

3. Left turn

The movement begins with the person diagonally to the center and end face diagonal to the wall.

For the Partner:

1. Step left foot forward turning body left (slow).

2. Step right foot to side, crossing the line of dance (quick).

3. Continuing the turn on the ball of the right foot, put her left foot (quick).

4. Step the right leg back along the line of dance turning body to the left (slow).

5. 6. To fasten the left leg to the right and turn left on the right heel exactly in the direction of the face diagonally to the wall (quick, quick).

7. Step left foot forward diagonally to the wall (slowly).

Continue with quarter turns or right turn.

For the Lady:

Takes the opposite steps.

The left turn is usually performed after a right turn, as described earlier.

MPC 1, 4, 7 a little. The rise at the end of 1, top 2, 3. Reduction at the end of 3. Easy lift between 4-6. Tilt left 2, 3 right 5, 6. Marks 3/8 turn on the first three steps and 3/8 turn on the last part.


Left turn. PA partner and partner

Fig. Left turn. PA partner and partner


The Quickstep first and third proportion accented

Technique dance the QUICKSTEP for advanced

1. Progressive Chasse

This movement applies if the partner wishes to move from a quarter turn to the variation to the right or to the lock-step. To advance to the variation to the left, use simple quarter turn with a heel pivot, which we are not recommended to newcomers.

For the Partner:

Starts to move back diagonally to the center and ends of a face diagonal to the wall. Performs the first four movements of quarter turns, and then:

1. Step right foot back diagonally to center, turn the body slightly to the left (slow).

2. Step left foot to side along line of dance, turn the body to face the wall (fast).

3. Pristavit right foot to the left face diagonally to the wall (fast).

4. Step left foot left and slightly forward to face diagonally to the wall (slowly).

5. Step the right leg forward to the side of partner's face diagonally to the wall (slowly).

For the Lady:

The movement of your partner in the execution of quarter turns are almost identical. On the execution of the progressive Chasse is a partner who does not turn in paragraphs 4, 5, warns partner movement of the body.

1. Step left foot forward to face diagonally to the center with body turning slightly to the left (slow).

2. Step right foot to the right along line of dance facing the center (fast).

3. Put left foot to right back diagonal to the wall (fast).

4. Step right foot right and slightly back, back diagonal to the wall (slowly).

5. Step left foot back (partner side), back diagonally to the wall (slowly).


Progressive Chasse. PA partner and partner

Fig. Progressive Chasse. PA partner and partner


MPC 1, 5. The fifth step in PDQ. Begin to rise at the end of 1, continue to 2, 3, 4 on top. Reduction at the end of 4. Tilts not. 1/4 turn left on the first three steps. The fifth step on the side of the lady in PPDK, keeping contact to the right side of the body.

The main rhythm Quickstep - slow, slow, quick, quick, slow

2. The lock-step

The word "Lok" is used here in the sense of "castle" and the term "lock-step" literally means "a vicious step." The lock-step many people like its simplicity and effectiveness. It is executed after a progressive step forward from the side of the partner, feet crossed on the second quick step (cross feet).

For the Partner:

Begins and ends the movement of the face diagonal to the wall on the side of the partner.

1. Step right foot forward (slow).

2. Step left foot forward and slightly to the left (quickly).

3. Cross step, or cross right foot behind left leg — loose (fast).

4. Step left foot forward (slow).

5. Step the right leg forward to the side of the partner (slowly). Next to continue to the quarter-turns or turning right.

For the Lady:

Performs the opposite steps back diagonally to the wall, the partner — side.

1. Step left foot back (slow).

2. Step the right leg back and slightly to the right (fast).

3. Cross step, cross left leg in front right is loose (fast).

4. Step right foot back (slowly).

5. Step the left leg back side of a partner (slowly).

Note: Partner must not change the position if the partner does not perform the corresponding movement.

All five steps in PDC, as performed at the side of the partner. Start the climb at the end of 1, continue to 2, 3, 4 on top. Reduction at the end of 4. Tilt and turn no.


The lock-step. PA partner and partner

Fig. The lock-step. PA partner and partner


3. Right pivot turn

This movement is performed at the end of the platform, as it allows, finish the figure in the corner, to change direction: p. 1, 2, 3 is similar to claim 1, 2, 3 right turn, but next, perform a pivot to the right.

For the Partner:

Starts moving along the line of dance, for example, face diagonally to the wall, and ends in a new direction line of dance, for example, face diagonally to the center.


Right pivot-turn. PA partner and partner

Fig. Right pivot-turn. PA partner and partner


1. Step right foot forward to face diagonally to the wall, body turning to the right (slowly).

2. Step left foot left, crossing the line of dance (quick).

3. Continuing the turn to the right on the ball of the left foot, put right foot to the left back along line of dance (quick).

4. Step the left leg back, continuing the turn to the right on the ball of the left foot — 3/8 of a turn, right foot in front of left (slow).

5. Step right foot forward diagonally to the wall in a new direction (slowly).

You can continue to the quarter turns.

For the Lady:

1. Step left foot back diagonal to the wall, body turning to the right (slowly).

2. Step right foot to face line of dance (quick) .

3. To fasten the left leg to the right, face the line of dance (quick).

4. Step right foot forward turning right on a cushion right foot 3/8 turn (slowly).

5. Step left foot back diagonal to wall of new line of dance (slow).

MPC 1, 4. The fourth step is the pivot in PDC. To rise at the end of 1, top 2, 3. Reduction at the end of 3. Tilt right your partner left their partner for 2, 3. 3/8 turn to the right on the first three steps. The fourth step (pivot) to make shorter and the knees are more relaxed. Their partner this step between the feet of the partner.

The movement start and end facing diagonally to the wall

4. Cross-swivl

This is a very beautiful variation designed exclusively for experienced dancers. Most often it is followed by the movement of the "fishtail" (fishtail). However, the relatively easy movements require great balance.

For the Partner:

Moves face diagonally to the wall and ends up face diagonally to the center.

1. Step left foot forward turning body to the left (slow) .

2. Continuing to turn to the left on the ball of the left foot (swivel), put her right foot, not transferring her body weight — 1/4 turn (slowly).

3. Step the right leg forward to the side of the partner (slow).

For the Lady:

1. Step the right leg back with the body turning to the left (slowly) .

2. Continuing the turn to the left on the ball of the right foot to 1/4 turn to fasten the left leg to the right, not shifting her body weight (slowly).

3. Step left foot back partner side (slowly).

PDK 1, 3. The third step in PDQ. Lifts not. Tilt right your partner left their partner for 2. Execute 1/4 turn left in three steps. The first step should be long and sure, and left foot flat, the right held slightly behind left partner.

Quickstep Steps somewhat shorter than in the slow foxtrot

5. "Fishtail" (fishtail)

This variation is very beautiful, especially if it is preceded by a cross-swell. In this case, item 3 cross-swivle becomes paragraph 1 motion "fishtail".

For the Partner:

Moves face diagonally to the center and ends of a face diagonal to the wall. First takes the items 1, 2 cross-swivle, then:

1. (item 3 cross-swivle). Step right foot forward diagonally to the center side of the partner (slow).

2. Put loosely left foot slightly back and slightly to the right from the right, starting the rotation of the body to the right (fast) .

3. A small step the right leg forward and slightly to the right side of the partner, face diagonally to the wall (fast).

4. Step left foot diagonally forward, left shoulder leading (quickly).

5. Loosely put your right foot behind and left of left cross (quick).

6. Step left foot diagonally forward (slowly).


Cross-swell and fishtail. PA partner and partner

Fig. Cross-swell and "fishtail". PA partner and partner


7. Step the right leg forward side of the lady face diagonally to the wall (slowly).

Next to continue to the quarter-turns or figure to the right.

For the Lady:

Takes items 1, 2 cross-swivle, ending with its back diagonally to the center, and continues:

1. (item 3 cross-swivle). Step the left leg back, partner on the side diagonally to the center (slowly).

2. Loosely put your right foot in front and to the left of the left cross with the body turning to the right (fast).

3. A small step with your left foot back and slightly to the left back diagonal to the wall (fast).

4. Step right foot diagonally back, right shoulder leading (quickly).

5. Loosely put your left foot in front and to the right of the right (fast).

6. Step right foot diagonally backwards (slowly).

7. Step left leg back diagonally to the wall, the partner at the side (slowly).

PDK 1, 7. The rise at the end of 1, top 2-6. Reduction at the end of 6. Tilt to the right partner, left partner from 2; 1/4 turn to right between steps 1-3.

Quickstep's position is also suitable for the English waltz

6. Double reverse spin

This figure is used in quickstep and waltz belongs to the English. The name, however, is not entirely accurate, as, to perform a double rotation, double to perform this variation.

For the Partner:

Starts moving along the line of dance, ends up face diagonally to the wall or again of the line of dance if the movement continues to the left and fully executed double turn.

1. Step left foot forward turning body to the left (slow).

2. Step right foot to the right, crossing the line of dance (slow) .

3. 4. Continuing the turn on the ball of the right foot, pull up her left leg, not shifting body weight, and end the turn on the toes of both feet — a sockwork pivot (quickly, quickly).

5. Step left foot forward diagonally to the wall (slowly). Repeat from the beginning again.


Double reverse spin. PA partner and partner

Fig. Double reverse spin. PA partner and partner


Для Партнёрши:

1. Step the right leg back with the body turning to the left (slowly).

2. To fasten the left leg to the right, continuing the turn on the right heel (slow).

3. Continuing the turn to the left on the ball of the left foot, execute a small step right foot to side and slightly back (quickly).

4. Continuing turn, cross left foot in front of right (quick).

5. Step right foot back diagonally to the wall (slowly).

Repeat for the second time.

MPC on 1. The rise at the end of 1, top 2-4. Reduction at the end of 4. Tilts not. To perform a complete turn to the left or a little less, but gradually; 3/8 turn need to do the first two steps.

Chords and variations

1. Quarter turns, turning into progressive Chasse lock-step (closed step) — right pivot-turn. Repeat.

2. Right pivot-turn — progressive Chasse lock-step.

3. Quarter turns — cross-swivl — "fish tail". Repeat.

4. Quarter turns — reverse pivot — Chasse to the left (to finish the line dance) — double reverse spin. Repeat.

5. At the end of pad: right pivot-turn — progressive Chasse in a new direction.

6. Quarter turns — double reverse spin — cross-swivl — "fish tail".

7. A quarter turn to the right, ending progressive Chasse, lock step natural spin turn.

Rich variations, Quickstep is considered to be a small grammar standardized dance

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