Aces And Eights

Choregraphie par :  Pat ESPER

Description :             32 temps, 4 murs, Novice, Février 2016

Musique :                  Dear Man’s Hand par Moonshine Bandits

Dance Map: 32(intro)-32-32-32-16-32-32…

[1-8]: Heel grind, Coaster step, Turning heel grind, Coaster step
1-2      Rock fwd on the R heel with the toes pointed to the L. Recover on the Lf as you turn the R toes to the R.
3&4     Step back on the Rf, Step the Lf next to the R, Step fwd on the Rf
5-6      Rock fwd on the L heel with the toes pointed to the R. Recover on the Rf as you turn a quarter turn to the L
7&8     Step back on the Lf, Step the R foot next to the L, Step fwd on the Lf.

[9-16]: Wizard step, Wizard step, Stomp, Clap, Stomp, Clap
1-2&    Step fwd at an angle on the Rf. Step/slide the Lf up behind the R, Step fwd on the Rf
3-4&    Step fwd at an angle on the Lf. Step/slide the Rf up behind the L, Step fwd on the Lf.
5-6       Stomp fwd at an angle on the Rf. Hold/Clap the hands.
7-8       Step fwd at an angle on the Lf. Hold/Clap the hands.

[17-24]: Turning jazz box, Three quarter turn paddle turn
1-2       Step the Rf across the L. Step back on the Rf
3-4       Turning 1/4 turn to the R, step fwd on the Rf. Step fwd on the Lf.
5&6&   Tap the R toes fwd/side while turning and eighth turn to the L,Hitch  R knee up while turning an eight turn to the L, touch the R toes fwd/side while turning and eighth turn to the L, Hitch the R knee up while turning and eighth turn to the L
7&8      Touch the R toes fwd/side while turning and eighth turn to the L, Hitch the R knee up while turning an eighth turn to the L.Touch the R toes to the side.

[25-32]: Jazz cross, Heel switch, Jazz cross, Heel switch
1-2       Step the Rf over the L. Step back on the Lf.
&3&4   Step back on the Rf, Touch the L heel fwd, step the Lf next to the R, Step fwd on the Rf.
5-6       Step the Lf over the R. Step back on the Rf.
&7&8   Step back on the L. Touch the R heel fwd, Step the Rf next to the L, Step fwd on the Lf.

** Historical Note: “Aces and Eights” became known as the “Dead Man’s Hand” because it was the hand of cards that Wild Bill Hickok held when he was shot in the back of the head during a poker game in Nuttal and Mann’s Saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota. His full had was two aces, two eights, and fifth card varies from story to story with the strongest story being the Queen of hearts.

Contact: ptesper@gmail.com On Facebook: The Redneck Revolution (of music and dance with Pat Esper)

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