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Hårgalåten, The Hårga Tune

48 Count 4 Walls Intermediate

Choreographed by: Stig Ekström (SE)

Choreographed to: Hårgalåten on Har stannar jag kvar by Sandra Dahlberg

Intro: 36 Style: Other


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Last updated: 3rd May 2014
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Count Footwork
1 Left dalsteg (step point), right dalsteg (step point)
1, 2, 3 Step forward on left, point right over left during count 2 and 3
4, 5, 6 Step forward on right, point left over right during count 5 and 6
2 Step, together, step, modified hambo turn (full turn)
1, 2, 3 Step forward on left, close right next to left, step forward on left. The Hambo turn shall be a smooth clockwise turn over three counts travelling forward to 12 o'clock
4 Turn ¼ right and step forward on right (3 o'clock)
5 Put left in front of right and turn ½ right, move the weight over to left foot at the end (9 o'clock)
6 Turn ¼ right and step forward on right (12 o'clock)
3 Forward waltz step, waltz step diagonally backwards
1, 2, 3 Step forward on left, step right next to left, step left in place
4, 5, 6 Turn 1/8 left and step back on right, turn 1/8 left and step left next to right, step right in place (9 o'clock)
4 Waltz step diagonally forward, waltz step diagonally backwards
1, 2, 3 Turn 1/8 left and step forward on left, turn 1/8 left and step right next to left, step left in place (6 o'clock)
4, 5, 6 Turn 1/8 left and step back on right, turn 1/8 left and step left next to right, step right in place (3 o'clock)
5 Waltz step diagonally forward, backwards waltz step
1, 2, 3 Turn 1/8 left and step forward on left, turn 1/8 left and step right next to left, step left in place (12 o'clock)
4, 5, 6 Step back on right, step left next to right, step right in place
6 Cross, side, behind, side, drag, touch
1, 2, 3 Cross left over right, step right to right side, cross left behind right
4, 5, 6 Big step to right on right, drag left towards right, touch left next to right
7 Waltz step ½ turn, waltz step backwards
1, 2, 3 Turn ¼ left and step left forward, turn ½ to left step right next to left, step left in place (3 o'clock)
4, 5, 6 Step back on right, step left next to right, step right in place
8 Left twinkle, right twinkle ½ turn
1, 2, 3 Cross left over right, step right to right side, step left in place
4, 5, 6 Cross right over left, turn ½ left and step left to left side, step right in place (9 o'clock)
  Restart
  Restart on wall 2 after section 6, 36 counts. Start with a ¼ turn to left and step forward on count 1 towards 6 o'clock
  The Legend of HÃ¥rga
  It's late on a Saturday night and all the youth in HÃ¥rga have gathered to dance in the barn. Suddenly in the middle of a dance the music is interrupted and a new fiddler steps forward from the shadows. He had a large dark hat on his head and beneath it could be seen a pair of "burning" eyes. The fiddler lifted the violin to his chin and began to play a song that had never been heard. All the young people immediately began to dance to the new melody. But once they started to dance, they could not stop. The dance continued throughout the night and when dawn arrived the fiddler began to walk out of the barn. After him came all the dancers in a line. They could not stop dancing. The sound of the violin forced their feet to continue. While church bells rang in the worship service they disappeared, dancing with the fiddler. A girl remained laying on the dance floor in the barn. No one had listened to her when she warned them of the fiddler, and no one noticed his goat hooves whilst everyone was in the midst of the wildest dance they've ever been through. The legend continues with that the fiddler led the dancers up to the HÃ¥rga Mountain where they danced until only their bones were left. Some even say that you can still see the marks from the dance ring at HÃ¥rga Mountain, and if you are brave enough to venture out one night when there is a full moon, it is said that one can hear the music the devil once played for those who died.
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