Can you imagine the Nobel Prize ceremony, or saint Pauls Cathedral?
Choreographer: Micaela (Svensson) Erlandsson, LD Crazy Mike
Music: It’s such a small world by Rodney Crowell duet with Rosanne Cash — CD Album Diamonds & Dirt
Intro 16 counts
24 Count 2 Walls Beginner
Choreographed by: Micaela Svensson Erlandsson (SE)
Choreographed to: 4 Minus 3 Equals Zero on Always Never the Same by George Strait 91 BPM
Intro: 24 Style: Country
Section 1 Basic Waltz step right, Basic Waltz step left 1-3 Take a long step to the right with your right foot, Drag left beside right, Step right in place. 4-6 Take a long step to the left with your left foot, Drag right beside left, Step left in place. Section 2 Basic Waltz step forward (R) Basic Waltz step back(L) 1-3 Step forward on right, Step left beside right, Step right in place (weight on right) 4-6 Step back on left, Step right beside left, Step left in place (weight on left) Section 3 Cross, Turn ¼ right, Turn ¼ right, Left Twinkle step 1-3 Cross right over left, Turn ¼ right putting left foot back, Turn ¼ right putting right foot to right side. 4-6 Cross left over right, Rock right to right, Recover onto left. Section 4 Right Twinkle Step , Step forward on left, Kick Right forward, Hold.1-3 Cross right over left, Rock left to left, Recover onto right. 4-6 Step left forward, Kick right foot forward hitching your knee up, Hold Start over 🙂
In memory of Fajez ChebebThis is actually my sister Micaela Svensson Erlandsson
She is a rather known linedance choreographer that decided to chorograph a dance with an Arabaic motif, inspired by bellydancing (+ a little salsa and swing).
The dance became very popular in Asia, Canada and….well check out you tube.
She has since done dances inspired by Jewish, Russian and Finnish folkdancing in a way doable in linedancing.
PS: “Habibi” means “darling” or “beloved” in Arabic.
32 count, 2 wall, intermediate/advanced level, danced with 2 tags
Choreographer Micaela Svensson
A beautiful lift. When I see connection and mutual strength and exquisite grace like this, I see true partnership and the embodiment of romance.
Meryl Davis and Charlie White, 2009 Grand Prix Final gala
“There’s a difference between doing a “swing out” and swinging out.”
Somebody who thinks along the same lines as i do,but on a higher level.