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Follow this step-by-step guide to master lyrical contemporary!

Follow this step-by-step guide to master lyrical contemporary!

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  • EOTO : Lyrical ContemporaryDance Lessons for Kids Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • In this series, Sumeet Nagdev will teach you some basiclyrical contemporary positions where the movements aretimed lyrically according to how the singer sings. For thiswe will use the song, ‘Allah Ke Bande’ by Kailash Kher. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 1: Stand in firstposition with yourarms as shown. Thisposition is called brasbas. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 2: Step the rightfoot across stretchingthe right hand infront and place theleft hand on yourneck. The left legshould be positionedas shown with thefoot pointed. Thisposition is called anattitude. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 3: Bring the leftfoot down and stretchyour right foot withtoes pointing asshown. This positionof the right leg iscalled a tondue. Youcan position yourarms creatively or usethe position shown. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 4: Let the rightfoot step back andstretch your left footwith toes pointed asshown (tondue). Holdyour arms outdiagonally. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 5: Stretch to theright with your armsand lift your left legup as shown. Thisposition of the leg iscalled a passé. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 6: Stretch to theright with your armsand lift your left legup as shown. Thisposition of the leg iscalled a passé. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 7: Twist theentire body towardsthe left to change thedirection you arefacing. Bring yourarms into thirdposition sharpas shown. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • Step 8: Bring theright foot to the leftfoot and come into aparallel. Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
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