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  • 24 Ways to Dance Salsa On-2

    By Barry Gordan - UK:
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    In order to reduce the size of my spreadsheet, I have shown the 8 beats as groups of 4 beats i.e.
    I counted 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4.**

    Please let me know if you particularly want me to expand the spreadsheet to show all of the 96 possible
    ways to dance Salsa and then pick out the 24 ways of dancing Salsa on Clavé.*

    Ciao, Barry Gordon - creator
    United Kingdom Salsero
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