Double Time & Traspie - A Couple Of Traspie Examples

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Some people find the syncopation of traspie confusing and hard to understand. If it feels like a foreign concept, practicing it slowly can help. Drill just saying the rhythm. Often, the problem with the execution is that it's not a rhythm you're used to doing, so you have to get it in your bones. And saying the rhythm helps.

But some things are just inexplicable:

The Inexplicable

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So, that's combination number one.
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In slow motion, because the fast motion is a hard way to learn,
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We have zero to start, and, so, our zero's going to be either a weight change, or a side step.
00:29
So, we have prep, and then we're into it.
00:32
We've got: outside, in-line... side, together, side, together. And then repeats.
00:41
Outside, in-line; I'm going to turn it so we stay in camera; side, together, side, together.
00:49
So, for the leaders, let's see, let's do this way to the foot camera.
00:54
We have: side, outside, in-line. So you see that my foot's right here, next to her foot, to keep her from crossing.
01:01
And then, for this side, together, side, together.
01:05
And you notice those a faster, because that's the traspie, pa-pa, pa-pa.
01:09
In my upper body, I'm going to almost throw and catch, to get that weight change.
01:13
So, in the upper body, it's: pa-ah, pa-ah, and onward. So, one more time.
01:21
*David vocalizes*
01:28
OK? So, there's combination number one. Combination number two, I call the conga line.
01:33
Yeah, it is like a conga line.
01:35
Which is...
01:38
*David vocalizes*
01:44
It's the "bup" that's the traspie.
01:47
Actually, as I think about it, I was doing double-time, rather then a traspie. Let me do that again, as traspie.
01:53
Conga line:
02:01
This is what David calls the conga line.
02:23
So, it's *David vocalizes*
02:29
So, there's your traspie. And it's same thing on both sides. We've got, for the leaders,
02:35
You have: *David vocalizes*. And then it just repeats.
02:43
Do a ton of the side steps, with your back to the camera. I think that looks really cool.
02:47
So, for example, if we do combination number one,
02:50
But do like...
02:51
Yeah, yeah, got it.
02:59
D: And then we go off camera.
N: Ha!