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Monday, 21 February 2011 20:59

19.2. Agility: music and movement

Written by  Della
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MUSIC

Measure: 3/4
Tonality: B minor
Total: 90 measures
1 measure = 1 movement

MOVEMENT

SP:
The partners face the centre of the circle, one behind the other.
Arms: The left arm is stretched to the left side horizontally. The right arm is in front of the chest, folded in the elbow and close to the body, its forearm parallel to the left arm. Palms are down, fingers together, wrists stretched.
Legs: Feet together in standing position. The toes point towards the centre of the circle.
 
1:
Turning to the right to a position forwards in respect the movement in the circle.
Arms: Both arms outline descending semicircles down and to the right side while simultaneously the body turns to the right. The arms move parallel, stretched, with palms down, and reach horizontal position forwards.
Legs: The right foot moves to the right, toes in the direction of the movement in the circle. It steps down and the weight of the body gradually transfers to it. In the process of weight transfer the heel of the left foot takes off and the foot rotates on toes to the right (forward). Toes never lift from the ground.
Duration: 1 measure (3 beats)
 
2:
Movement forwards and beginning of turning to the right with one’s back to the centre.
Arms: In the first half of the movement the elbows fold, the hands move horizontally towards the chest and the middle fingers touch in front of it. In the second half of the movement the hands move down and to the sides in semicircles to a horizontal position to the sides, palms down. Simultaneously with extending the arms to the sides the body turns a little bit to the right.
Legs: In the first half of the movement the left foot moves to the front and steps. In the second half of the movement the weight of the body transfers to it while the right foot remains on toes to the back.
Duration: 1 measure (3 beats)
 
3:
Turning to the right continues.
Arms: Arms make undulating movement imitating the flight of a bird. The wrists are being the most active: go up above and down below their horizontal position.
Legs: The right foot makes a step forward perpendicular to the forward movement in the circle, its toes pointing opposite to the centre of the circle. The body continues its turning to the right (outside), with one’s back to the centre.
Duration: 1 measure (3 beats)
 
4:
Turning movement to the right comes to and end.
Arms: Arms make the same undulating movement imitating the flight of a bird.
Legs: The left foot makes a step to the sides of the right foot and parallel to it, toes pointing opposite to the centre of the circle. The weight of the body transfers to the left foot, the right is to the back. The toes of both feet point out. The turning to the right (outside) comes to an end; one is completely with one’s back to the centre. 
Duration:  1 measure (3 beats)
 
5:
Movement with one’s back to the centre of the circle.
Arms: The right arm extends in a position horizontal to the right side. The left arm moves down and to the right, and folds in front of the chest, forearm parallel to the right arm.
Legs: The weight of the body transfers to the right foot, while the front left foot remains on toes.
Duration: 1 measure (3 beats)
 
Movements 1-5 repeat symmetrically (left-right) with turnning movement to the left, towards the centre of the circle.
 
Note: Movement 6 and all consecutive movements 1: There is no step forwards. Only the toes of the forward positioned foot turn to face the direction forward in respect to the movement in the circle. 
 
FP = SP

 

 

VERSIONS
 
For Arms movement in 5 (and symmetrically: in 10 and SP)
The right arm folds horizontally in the elbow with palm down, in front of the chest. Simultaneously the left arm folds  downwards and to a position in front of the chest with palm up. The hands touch, palms one against the other, and slightly hold with the thumb of each on top of the other.
 
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