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re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By celticmomof3 Comments: 32, member since Sun Jan 23, 2011
On Sun Jan 30, 2011 11:25 AM
Thanks for the really great post. This will certainly be helpful.
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By Reel_Ballerina97 Comments: 76, member since Sun Jun 24, 2012
On Wed Jun 27, 2012 04:38 AM
My school calls click walks click throughs.
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By moefarrell Comments: 26, member since Tue Sep 18, 2012
On Sat Dec 08, 2012 12:56 AM
Very helpful for us moms who work with our dd. Thank you for sharing.
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By MmeTrebleReeler Comments: 23, member since Sat Dec 22, 2012
On Mon Dec 31, 2012 06:33 PM
Thanks for this! I never heard of trebles being referred to as "emerly"s. I learned clicks with the following terminology: hop 1 2 3 step click down. Is that a long click?
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By dancer_girl4192 Comments: 42, member since Tue Apr 09, 2013
On Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:56 AM
Thanks for posting this! I often have to ask my daughters what kinds of moves they are doing because I have never done irish dance in my life and am often confused.
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By DeeDeedd Comments: 12, member since Thu Aug 13, 2015
On Sun Aug 16, 2015 05:14 PM
New here and I love this post.TY
re: Dictionary of Irish Dance Moves in Hardshoe
By CinderEmma Comments: 137, member since Mon Sep 05, 2016
On Sun Feb 05, 2017 04:06 AM
Kitri wrote:



Any description is on right foot.

Treble, Rally, Shuffle, Emerly, Batter
Brush ball of front foot out front and back. Front brush
often done turned in, back brush turned out - gives the move a fancy look.


What do you mean "turned in" when front brushing and "turned out" when back brushing? That can mean so many things to me: inversion, turning the foot in towards centre, pointing the toe inward, tilting the foot inward....I was wondering if you could please be more specific. I've been doing trebles forever, but I've never been able to get them to look right.
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