Monday, September 27, 2010

Basic Foot Steps

If you are familiar with the basic tambourine patterns, you might as well know some of the basic foot steps used in tambourine consists of jumping like the holy hop. It also has change steps as you shift your position from left to right or step-close which is another step commonly used in tambourine patterns where you do a step and then close foot from left to right or vice versa.

I hope that I can post further on some of the basic footsteps because it is so difficult to just mention if it were stated only. You need to visualize what I am saying so that you can get to understand something. Just be patient in the meantime while I need to upload some videos for that. Since my site is more on tutorial, I will be posting some basic tambourine pattern dances as well.

The hand movements can be difficult to match when you’re doing the foot movements to match it with the pattern. But don’t worry, as I have said, it takes time to practice and perfect it, anyway no pain, no gain. We need to exercise a lot whenever we practice certain tambourine dance pattern.

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