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How to Do a Fast Treble in Irish Step Dancing

Learn how to do fast trebles in Irish step dancing in this Howcast dance video with Darrah Carr.

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How to do Fast Trebles in Irish Dancing. The Fast Treble is a variant of the one two hop back step. We'll show the step in its original version first. The dance is creating four sounds.

The first sound by brushing the foot out away from the body. The second sound by pulling the foot back in. The third sound by a hop, where in the knee lifts slightly, and the fourth sound by placing the foot back behind the body.

Four sounds, we'll try that again on the right foot, and one, two, three, four. To do a Fast Treble the hop has a different accent. It becomes more in line, more even with the other beats. Four sounds are still created but the knee does not lift slightly in the hop.

For example, the first sound, the second sound, the third sound is a quick hop putting it down behind. We'll try the Fast Treble now to medium speed and. And we'll try it at full speed what really creates the monitor Fast Treble and... How to do the Fast Trouble in Irish Dance.

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