Technique of Latin Dancing [Walter Laird] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Laird was a World Professional Latin Dance Champion in WWII . 19 Mar “Technique of Latin Dancing” (also known as “The Laird Technique of Latin Dancing”) is an educational book written by the Ballroom Dancing. The ‘Laird’ technique is used throughout the world for the training of medal test pupils, students, trainers, teachers and coaches. Walter Laird Clear, precise and logical presentations of the principles and techniques of Latin dancing.
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Detailed instructions on footwork, movement and timing fill the pages.
The American system was teaching this way before that as was I. You already recently rated this item. Clear, precise and logical presentations of the principles and techniques of Latin dancing are presented within this book.
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I am under the impression that this edition is extremely rare and holds information regarding steps and arm movements that are not in any other edition of the book ranging from the ‘s to One day she took dictation from Walter Laird, who was a scientist working there.
I don’t have the version but Walter laird technique of latin dancing it covered associate figures only and did not include the Cha Cha which was still to be adopted by the dance world. BookLegendDanceSportLatin. Would you also like to submit a review for this item?
Technique Of Latin Dancing
WikiDanceSport has been created for the DanceSport community to collaboratively organize and promote this sport throughout the world. One of Laird’s greatest achievements was his Technique of Latin dancingfirst walter laird technique of latin dancing in ; further editions in, Lists with This Book. The next edition after that was published in Laird did not switch to Latin until some time after the war. The name field is required.
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Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Trivia About Technique Of Lati For reference, the preface to the edition includes: Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. I hear it contains lots of additional information which was omitted later for some reasons.
Laird first danced with his sister Joan in the s. Any information regarding this walter laird technique of latin dancing would be extremely helpful especially if someone could confirm that it is a rare copy. Please enter the message. Walter laird technique of latin dancing rated it it was amazing Sep 17, We made a date and to my horror it turned out Walter was a professional ballroom dancer. Access to all previous variations of the week, including full video instruction of man’s and lady’s parts.
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Agreed Terence2, but I was posting in the context of the Laird Technique rather than the history of dance, and the reference to the “world of dance” was somewhat tongue in cheek. The Danfing partnership was entirely traditional ballroom dancing. Advanced Search Find a Library.