The Harry Lime Foxtrot is an easy Foxtrot sequence dance composed by Henry Clarke around 1949.
Closed position, Lead facing LOD.
Part I - Point and Side Step (4 bars): Touch left to side (1), touch left closed (and), touch left to side (2), touch left closed (and), step side left (3), and touch right closed (4). Then repeat opposite (5-and-6-and, 7, 8).
Part II - Walk and Chassé (4 bars): Back the Follow two steps (1, 2), then back the Follow step, close, step (3-and-4). Then repeat on the other foot (5, 6, 7-and-8).
Part III - Side Steps (4 bars): Side (1), close (and), side (2), close (and), side (3), touch closed (4). Then repeat opposite (5-and-6-and, 7, 8).
Part IV - Walk and Twinkle (4 bars): Back the Follow two steps (1, 2), then step back, close, forward (3-and-4). Repeat with the other foot (5, 6, 7-and-8), closing first foot at the end (and).
Repeat from the beginning.
Foxtrot music, at 128 bpm.
The original tune is the "Harry Lime Theme" from the 1949 film, The Third Man.
© 2018 Nick Enge
For more, including descriptions of 25 different waltzes and hundreds of variations thereof, see Waltzing: A Manual for Dancing and Living a book by Richard Powers and Nick Enge.
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