[Callers] Does This Sequence Exist?
Mark Hillegonds via Callers
callers at lists.sharedweight.net
Tue Jul 18 08:13:17 PDT 2017
My comments and question are based on my interpretation of the dance that
the progression occurs in A1, when the Gent rolls the NEXT neighbor from L
to R and that the neighbor swing in B2 is with this same (now current)
Neighbor. With that...
It seems to me that the Circle R to Neighbor swing in B2 might be a bit
awkward. The person dancing the Ladies role in particular has quite a
change in momentum. Perhaps the Lady can roll out over her right shoulder
into the swing?
If you have tried this dance with people and up to speed, what sort of
feedback did you get on that transition?
On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 9:55 AM, Jerome Grisanti via Callers <
callers at lists.sharedweight.net> wrote:
> I wonder if this sequence has already been written (and titled):
> Trip to Kentucky
> Improper contra
> Jerome Grisanti (unless prior claim exists)
> A1: Long lines go forward, roll away as you go back (women moving from
> left to right in front of their neighbors).
> Men allemande left 1.5.
> A2: Partner B & S.
> B1: Right & Left Thru, Ladies chain.
> B2: Circle RIGHT 1x, Neighbors swing.
> Jerome Grisanti
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