Hay en Youtube varios tutoriales sobre jazz-steps, el vocabulario básico del solo jazz o jazz vernacular.

Especial interés tiene el vocabulario presentado por Chester Whitmore. No es solo por los pasos, sino por la forma en que Chester los ejecuta, el “groove” y la gracia que tiene su baile

 

Una nueva versión de la colección clásica con tres bailarines en diferentes posiciones para apreciar mejor los movimientos. Por LindyandBlues

Vocabulario de 84 movimientos de jazz vernacular
 0:10 Apple Jacks, Black Bottom, Boogie Back, Boogie Drop (Long), Boogie Drop (Short)
0:42 Boogie Forward, Boogie Step, Box Step, Break (Basic Shim Sham), Break (Full/TOBA)
1:17 Break (Half), Break (Quarter), Break-a-leg, Cakewalk, Camel Walk,
 1:52 Camel Walk (backward), Cartwheel, Cartwheel (Skye), Charleston (20s), Charleston (Jump)
 2:31 Charleston (Squat), Charleston (standard), Charleston (Sweep), Charleston (vanilla), Cool Breeze
3:15 Crazy legs, Cross Kicks, Crossovers, Drunken Sailor, Eagle Slide
3:47 Fall off the Log,Fishtails, Gaze Afar, Grinds, Hallelujah
4:23 Heels, Hitch, Hiker, Itches, Jig Walks, Knee Slaps
5:00 Lockstep (front), Lockstep (back), Lockstep (double), Lowdown, Lowdown (Kerry)
5:26 Mess Around, Mooch, Naomi Skank, Opposites, Paddle Turn
6:02 Pecks, Pushes, Ride the Pony, Rocks, Rusty Dusty
6:40 Sailor Kicks, Savoy Kicks, Scarecrow, Scissor Kicks, Shim Sham Step
7:26 Shimmy, Shish-ka-boom-ba, Shoe Shine, Short George, Shorty George (One Legged)
8:00 Skate, Skip up, Slip slops, Spank the baby, Stomp offs
8:35 Struttin’, Struttin’ (inside turn,) Suzie Q, Tabby the Cat, Tack Annie
9:07 Tack Annie (Al & Leon), TicTocs, Toe Heel, Triple Step (side-to-side), Triple Step (front-to-front)
9:40 Triple Step (front-to-side), Triple Step (side-to-front), Truckin’, Turkey Trots

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