Originally posted by Joan Marie on tribe.net.My question is regarding the final foot and knee placement in the wrap around turn. The final words on the DVD state "you will end facing the front in a strong left angle". How are the knees and feet placed? Are they the same as when you start the move and cross the right foot in front of the left or something different. br/br/We had a discussion in my troupe. Strong left angle to some mean the left knee is more prominent than the right knee which has a different look than vice versa.br/br/I hope this makes sense and I could use an answer ASAP.br/br/Thanks. Joan
Originally posted by Carrie on tribe.net.When you are coming out of the turn, your feet are placed where they land. Sometimes its side by side, sometimes its right foot in front of the left similar to 4th position in ballet, you might end up with left in front of right. Youre coming out of a 1 1/2 turn so I dont worry about where my peoples feet end up as long as its under their center. When they finish the arms in the movement, their feet will change depending on what move they go into next. Usually back to parallel feet. br/;-)
Originally posted by Carrie on tribe.net.For the Wrap Turn, the arms sweep up leading with the elbow, but I would guess that similar to the Corkscrew, you could floreo the hands depending on the feel on the music, etc.