You’re going to have so much fun with this exciting tap routine. You'll have a great time learning the choreography and you'll get a great workout as you master each section!
NEW: THIS ROUTINE ALSO WORKS WITH MUSIC...
For this routine we created choreography that works great as an acapella. HOWEVER it has also been specifically designed to work perfectly to “Sing Sing Sing” by The Spitfire band (You can hear it here - jump to 20 seconds to hear the music). The only edit required is cutting out two airplane passes at the very beginning of the song.
Unfortunately we can’t include the music (but we can make sure you can get a copy of the song) or even a video of the routine being performed with the music. Nevertheless we’re very excited to be able to offer this new option for tappers who want to tap to more traditional tap music.
All material is taught by professional tap teacher and choreographer Rod Howell. Rod makes learning choreography easy and fun.
What’s on the video?A complete advanced tap routine (3 min 3 seconds as an acapella, 2 min 45 seconds with music) broken down and demonstrated in detail. The choreography is split into several easy to learn sections. After you learn each section you’ll run through everything you know up to that point. For instance after you learn section 3 you’ll run the dance from the beginning through section 3. This helps you remember all the steps and connect all the sections together. The entire video is 1 hour and 46 minutes long and once you’re finished you’ll know the entire routine!
Is learning the choreography hard? Learning it - No. Executing it - Maybe. The choreography is explained and demonstrated remarkably well so that anyone can pick it up. You’re not just shown a step one time and expected to instantly remember it. We take time to go over the steps more than once and to connect all the sections together.
Is there music? Not exactly. This routine can be done as an acapella (meaning without instruments) or to the song “Sing Sing Sing” by The Spitfire band (You can hear it here - jump to 20 seconds to hear the music).However the music is not included nor is a video of the routine being performed to music.
Can I perform it to music if I want to? Sure especially since it’s designed to work perfectly with “Sing Sing Sing” by The Spitfire band (You can hear it here - jump to 20 seconds to hear the music).
What if it’s too hard or too easy or I don’t like it? You’ve got several options: you could exchange it for an easier or harder routine (we cover shipping) or just get a refund. We want you to be happy, and frankly an overwhelming number of our customers are!
Should I buy this? We think you’re really going to like it and with our money back guarantee there’s no risk to you. You have nothing to lose and so much fun to gain.
THEY LOVED IT
“Rod's choreography for Sing, Sing, Sing is amazing. It's a challenge that any advanced tapper would love to take on and his teaching process is easy to learn and his prices are affordable, I will definitely be buying from him again!”
- Klint from USA
ROUTINE LENGTH: 3 Min 3 Secs (acapella), 2 Min 45 Secs (music)
VIDEO LENGTH: 1 Hour 46 Minutes
DOWNLOAD SIZE: 1-1.5GB
VIDEO FORMAT: MP4
VIDEO RESOLUTION: SD (for DVD Only) & HD
DISC FORMAT: DVD
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