You have the bare bones of the dance transcribed correclty, but not the timing.
From the 2004 Syllabus for the Ralph Page Dance Legacy
A2- Circle left 3/4, with partner on the side rollaway with a half sashay
Gents allemande left 1&1/2 while women orbit clockwise halfway round
I'll just repeat a suggestion I've made before: The collection of syllabi from
the RPDLW is a great place to look for dances, especially given the handy index
that David Smukler updates each year:
David's notes for this dance:
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The author, an astronomer says, "The only thing I would add is that when the
ladies orbit, they pass right shoulders with the lady in the next square [i.e.,
minor set], that is they go around each other. This really adds to the sensation
of swirling planets." Note that, except for its title, this contra dance is
entirely unrelated to the "Venus and Mars" square dance figure.
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