Helele

Choreographed By
Alison Biggs (UK), Peter Metelnick (UK). September 2012
Artist
Helele
Choreographed to
Level
Intermediate
Count
64
Walls
2





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Reviews of Helele.


Kelvin
Abingdon (Oxfordshire)
19th Nov 2012
Took a long time for me to get into this one but it definitely grows on you the more you dance it! The Tags & Restarts are very clear to hear, the dance takes a little time to get used to as the speeds vary and the toe switches may catch you out the first couple of times but once mastered it's a very enjoyable dance Well Done P&A it's nice to dance to tracks that are a bit different such as this and "The Lost Opera" keep them coming!
Took a long time for me to get into this one but it definitely grows on you the more you dance it! The Tags & Restarts are very clear to hear, the dance takes a little time to get used to as the speeds vary and the toe switches may catch you out the first couple of times but once mastered it's a very enjoyable dance Well Done P&A it's nice to dance to tracks that are a bit different such as this and "The Lost Opera" keep them coming!
 

Lorna
14th Nov 2012
Some are finding it a challenge, but after a few teaches it sinks in, and it's a good dance, although the opening music always makes me jump.
Some are finding it a challenge, but after a few teaches it sinks in, and it's a good dance, although the opening music always makes me jump.
 

Graham Smith
11th Nov 2012
I do agree with David. A lot harder than at first thought. We taught it over 3 weeks and finally after the confusion in the drum section, we all seemed to enjoy it. Could go far. Georgina and Graham, Ryton On Dunsmore Hooked On Country Line Dancers
I do agree with David. A lot harder than at first thought. We taught it over 3 weeks and finally after the confusion in the drum section, we all seemed to enjoy it. Could go far. Georgina and Graham, Ryton On Dunsmore Hooked On Country Line Dancers
 

David Spencer
10th Nov 2012
My class struggled with this on the first week, mainly on sections 4 and 5 and it turned out to be a harder teach than I'd anticipated after first looking at the step sheet. However, on week 2, it all fell into place quite nicely and they were really starting to enjoy the dance.
My class struggled with this on the first week, mainly on sections 4 and 5 and it turned out to be a harder teach than I'd anticipated after first looking at the step sheet. However, on week 2, it all fell into place quite nicely and they were really starting to enjoy the dance.
 

Chris D
Worthing
12th Oct 2012
Lots going on in this dance - I love the music - best bit is the solo drum section where amazingly thesteps still work and feel right. We're enjoying learning it!
Lots going on in this dance - I love the music - best bit is the solo drum section where amazingly thesteps still work and feel right. We're enjoying learning it!
 

Sally
Surrey
9th Oct 2012
Fantatsic dance/music. We had such fun with twiddly feet, dips, hands, tags, restarts! But all sorted and everyone got it and loved it. Thoroughly recommended.
Fantatsic dance/music. We had such fun with twiddly feet, dips, hands, tags, restarts! But all sorted and everyone got it and loved it. Thoroughly recommended.
 

Amanda24
26th Sep 2012
Wow, what a dance. Massive hit with the group of dancers at the workshop weekend. Exotic music with a superb dance to match. Great tag too. What a laugh trying to get the turning vine, dips, and hands all sorted in the final sections of the dance. As usual with P&A's dances everyting fits perfectly. Recommended.
Wow, what a dance. Massive hit with the group of dancers at the workshop weekend. Exotic music with a superb dance to match. Great tag too. What a laugh trying to get the turning vine, dips, and hands all sorted in the final sections of the dance. As usual with P&A's dances everyting fits perfectly. Recommended.
 

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