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From: Rich Sbardella <richsbardella(a)gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 11:03 AM
Subject: Re: [Callers] Re: square dances for teens
To: Charles Abell <chuckabell(a)hotmail.com>
It would be nice to know your "old" options.
I would suggest Push Pa, Shove Ma, Some version of divide the Ring (cutaway
six, cutaway 4, cutaway 2).
Here is a circle mixer I use to teach Grand R&L.
*Number Five is Alive!*
CL 8, Fwd & Bk
CR 8, Face Partner, Grand R&L,
with #5 DSD, Swing that one
I modify it to use as a singing mixer. I usually call this as the second
dance of the night after an easier mixer such as La Bastringue, and then
move on to squares.
Here is an easy New England square that fits any 32 bar tune.
Stafford Springs, CT
On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 9:12 AM Charles Abell via Contra Callers <
Hey all, What are your favorite square dances for
older teenagers in a
one-night-stand setting? These could be Southern, New England, or other.
Looking for a few new options...
Less interested in non-squares (circles, mixers, etc.), but if you have
something you really like in one of those categories, feel free to share it.
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