As far as I remember, in the first you each do a little turn on the spot
(symetrically, M to the left and W to the right), which means you have to drop
hands and join up again at the end of bar 4. In the second, you take 1 step away
(a bit like the start of the turn on bar 3), but you don't drop hands and you
turn back towards your partner with the second step.
Seen from above, I'd say the first looks like a pair of spectacles: each dancer
goes round one of the lenses (and the joined hands are the bit that goes over
the nose). For the second, imagine a pair of double doors opening and shutting
(still seen from above).
Selon Mikhail Smagin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hello All! > > I've faced some problems with Friendly Waltz from Collins Pocket Reference. > > I'm curious if the movement on bars 3-4 "Two waltz steps turning away from > partner" and the movement on bars 7-8 "Waltz turning slightly away from > partner then towards" are the same or not. > > Are they similar? How they look like? > > > Thank you in advance. > > > M.S. > > > --------------------------------- > > ÷Ù ÕÖÅ Ó Yahoo!? éÓÐÙÔÁÊÔÅ ÏÂÎÏ×ÌÅÎÎÕÀ É ÕÌÕÞÛÅÎÎÕÀ. Yahoo! ðÏÞÔÕ! >