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    • Lesson 1 Varsovienne (Germany) Video Chapter III Introduction Lesson Objectives Exercise 3.1
      • Lesson Objectives:
      •   To interpret Varsovienne with the proper counting, costume and formations;
      •   To identify the basic steps and terminologies used in Varsovienne; and
      •   To use the basic steps and terminologies learned from the previous chapter.
      Lesson 1
    • This is a very delightful dance for girls but boys may take part if desired. NOTE : the dance may be repeated as many times as desired. ABBREVIATIONS USED M – measure or measures Ct. – count Cts. – counts L – left R – right Lesson 1
    • Costume Music & Count Formation Figures Content
    • COSTUME:   Girls – Short full dark skirt, white blouse, short sleeves, black velvet bodice, white stockings, colored apron, hair in two braids, large black bow. Boys – Black knickers, colored stockings, gray coat, and full shirt, round green felt hat with ribbons. Content
    • MUSIC - composed of two parts: A and B.   COUNT - one, two, three to a measure. Content
    • FORMATION - Double circle facing counterclockwise, boys in the inside and girls in the outside circle. The boy places his R arm across the shoulder of the girl, takes her R hand over her R shoulder, L hands joined in front. The girl is a little bit to the right of boy. This is known as Varsovienne position. Content
    • Figure 1 Music A. (a) Starting with the R foot, take eight varsovienne steps, moving counterclockwise. (16M) Content
    • Figure 2 Music B. (a) Take two mazurka steps diagonally forward right. (2M) (b) Take one Varsovienne step to right. (2M) (c) Take two mazurka steps diagonally forward left. (2M) (d) Take one Varsovienne step to left. (2M) (e) Repeat all(a-c). (2M) Lesson 1