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Rob Fowler (UK) demos Cha Cha Lengua (by Neil Hale) a world-wide classic choreographed in 1994.
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|Neil Hale was an instructor at Swiss Park back in the mid 1980's to the late 90's.
Neil Hale became a pioneer when he chose to write to non-country music in 1989. Cruisin' choreographed to Beach Boys Still Cruisin' became an INSTANT world-wide hit and is considered a line dance classic.
In 1993, he choreographed Hot Tamales, pure country western patterns, to Country Down To My Soul by Lee Roy Parnell.
Cha Cha Lengua choreographed in 1994 to Un Momento Alla by Rick Trevino was published in The Big Book of Country Western Line Dancing in 1996 (NAP Productions complied by Nancy & Aubrey Woodroof) and labelled 'advanced'.
Cha Cha Lengua's organic unity of composition is evident; The reverse 1/2 turn spiral is the innovative movement that propells Cha Cha Lengua into comtempory status.
Choosing to pair pattern sequences to a Spanish Country ballad, is creative bonus.
Cha Cha Lengua, written 20 years ago, earns Neil Hale the title of Trailblazer for his artistry in creating timeless choreography.
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