Ghawazee sequence used in fade

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    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Amina b on tribe.net.One of my students asked me a question about the Ghawazee sequence used in a fade. After the sequence has been started, 8 cts to front, then 16 cts qtr turns, can you use the second set of 8cts moving the fade prior to the 16 ct diagonal? br/br/I hope this makes sence! =Pbr/br/I have not seen this before, but thought I would ask. I have been teaching another step to start the fade and the second half can come after that. Thank you..

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    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Wendy on tribe.net.Yes, you can, although as you fade, the arms need to come up, and thats a bit on the awkward side in the Ghawazee. Well often switch to an Arabic for the fade, then drop back in to the Ghawazee to finish the combo.

    #85429

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Vicky on tribe.net.We do arabic to fade as well. I also really like to do the first half of Ghawazee, then do a few other moves in between, then finish the ghawazee later on in the song, instead of back to back. I feel its a little more interesting to the audience that way. 🙂

    #85430

    Anonymous

    Originally posted by Amina b on tribe.net.I use the Egyptian or Arabic as well. It was the second half 8 ct Ghawazee moving backwards... The arms out would be awkward. Thanks for the follow up. I appreciate It!

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