The Tulidil Waltz is a Long-Steps original. It was choreographed by Lindsey and Ian in January 2019 the sequence is an entry level dance with the specific intention of helping teach Modern Waltz to students with no previous waltz experience. The Tulidil is put together from bronze level waltz figures only; it has no promenading figures, and no changes in hold. In this way the sequence introduces dancers to the basic figures, rhythms, leads, follows, and the idea of body shaping.
Learn the Tulidil Waltz at Long-Steps
We’ll take you through all the steps from scratch. Even if you have never danced before, we will show you how. You do not need a partner to learn the dance, your instructor will dance through it with you.
Long-Steps teaches the Tulidil Waltz according to a combination of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) Dance Examinations Board’s The Ballroom Technique, and other reputable ballroom technique publications and resources.
History of the Tulidil Waltz
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Lindsey and Ian Little
Routine Length: 16 Bars
Time Signature: 3/4
Musical Selection: Waltz
Tempo Range: 28 to 32 bars per minute.
The name Tulidil (pronounced: chuli-dil) is an amalgamation of the words Tulip and Daffodil.