THE COLES & ATKINS "SLOW SOFT SHOE"!!
One of the legendary "class acts," Honi Coles and Cholly Atkins were known for elegance
and speed! Naturally, the inclusion of "the world's slowest soft shoe" in their act was always a surprise
and a delight. Because of the unusually slow speed, this classic routine demands precision and control. Sam
Weber demonstrates and breaks it down on this DVD from "Tapping With The Masters."
THE BASIC SYLLABUS OF STAN
of the greatest tap teachers of all time, Stan Kahn had a genius for creating the most logical exercises to naturally transmit
the technique and feeling of tap dance with the least amount of effort. His 12 basic exercises were the foundation
of his syllabus and are essential for any tap dancer. Now available on Sam Weber's newest DVD. Also included:
interviews with Stan Kahn, Sam Weber, Dorothy Toy, footage of Stan teaching and demonstrating in his studio and more.
STAN KAHN'S "EE"!
Stan Kahn and Louis DaPron were lifelong friends. Stan, whose style was very airborne, was influenced by Louis,
who favored a more close-to-the-floor "hoofing" style, with thirds, cramprolls and slides. One of Stan's most
advanced routines, "EE" pays tribute to the influence of his friend, Louis DaPron.
NEW FROM THE "TAPPING WITH THE MASTERS" SERIES: SAM WEBER'S "BILLIE'S BOUNCE"!
After presenting the classic routines of Eddie Brown, Coles & Atkins and Stan Kahn, Sam Weber steps out on his
own with his choreography to Charlie Parker's Bebop classic.
LEARN EDDIE BROWN'S "E.B. CHORUSES," TAUGHT BY SAM WEBER ON DVD!
Tap master Eddie Brown was an
inspirational example and mentor to generations of dancers. His "E.B. Choruses" is
a masterpiece of swing and syncopation, essential to any tap dancer's education. Sam Weber analyzes the musical form
of each step cataloguing the different elements, weight changes and rhythms.
DVDS FROM "TAPPING WITH THE MASTERS"!
Order more instructional DVDs from Rusty Frank's "Tapping With The Masters"
series! Titles include Leonard Reed's "Shim Sham Shimmy," the "1930's B.S. Chorus," "Revenge
Of The Shim Sham," A "Louis Da Pron Routine" (with great footage of Louis himself!), Miriam
Nelson's clever choreography to "Play, Piano, Play," Bob Scheerer's ingenious "Organ
Grinder's Swing," taught by Steve Zee, Steve Zee's "Music Theory For Tap
Dancers," The Copasetics' Chair Dance, taught by Reggio ("The Hoofer") Mclaughlin and "Am I Blue?",
choreography by Bob Scheerer, taught by Denise Pennington.
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