[Callers] has this dance been written?
Jean Gibson-Gorrindo via Callers
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Tue Jul 11 10:07:22 PDT 2017
Okay forget that first one - how about this:
(as yet untitled) - Becket
A1 (yearning left) LLFB
Ladies allemande Right 1 1/2
A2 Neighbor B&S
B1 Pass Thru to an Ocean Wave (Ladies in center holding left, Neighbor in Right hand) —> Balance the Wave
Swing Thru (Neighbor Right 1/2, Gents Left 1/2, Shadow (on slight right diagonal) Allemande Right 1X
B2 Partner B&S
I do see a slight glitch with the Ladies allemanding their Neighbor and then their Shadow by the Right - however there is a pause in between while the Gents allemande left.
Thanks for your feedback!
> On Jul 8, 2017, at 3:06 PM, Jean Gibson-Gorrindo via Callers <callers at lists.sharedweight.net> wrote:
> Hi All! I am working on a dance to call for a special occasion. It needs to be “play friendly” - that is, a dance where the figures facilitate partner swapping. Figures I was given to work with are allemandes in the center (either gender role), heys, shadows, petronellas and LLFB next to your partner (not necessarily including all of those figures, of course). I am wondering if this dance has already been written by someone else? Also, those of you who like to play, would this dance work well? Is it too weird to have the full hey cross the phrase? Is it awkward to get into Long Lines from the Hey? I am not sure I love the B1 part. Thanks for your feedback in advance!
> Jean Gorrindo
> (as yet untitled) - Becket
> A1 (8) Ladies allemande R 1 1/2
> (8) Neighbor swing
> A2 (8) Left diagonal chain to Shadow
> (8) Begin a full hey, Ladies passing R
> B1 (8) Finish the hey
> (8) LLFB - on the way back Gent’s role Shadow away with a half-sashay to face Partner
> B2 (16) Partner B&S - slide left to new Neighbors
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