Here's one that I "wrote", not sure if it's original or not, but it has the mirror A and B parts:

Is this a New Dance?   DI
A1    LLFB
       Circle L .75, to face P up and down
A2    DSD P, Sw P
           or B & S Partner,
       (My choice depends  on whether there are many new dancers for whom a 16-count balance and swing might be too much)
B1    LLFB
       Circle RIGHT .75, to face N up and down
B2    DSD N, Sw N  or B & S N

-----Original Message-----
From: Mac Mckeever via Callers <>
To: callers <>; Richard Hart <>
Sent: Sat, Jul 28, 2018 10:27 am
Subject: Re: [Callers] Dance ID and question

That looks like 'Will You Marry Me' by Seth Tepfer

Other ones that come to mind

Hey in the barn by Chart(?) Gutherie
Tinkie Winkie by Ron Buchannon

I am sure there are several others

Mac McKeever

On Saturday, July 28, 2018, 9:16:26 AM CDT, Richard Hart via Callers <> wrote:

Two questions. First I collected the following dance long ago. Does anyone know the author and title?

Becket formation.

A1: Circle L 3/4
      Flatten circle to wavy line or 4, woman in middle.
      Balance wave. W alla main L 1 x.

A2: N Bal & Swing.

B1: Circle L 3/4
        Flatten circle to wavy line of 4, women in middle.
        Balance wave. W alla main L 1 x.

B2: P Bal & Swing.
        Slide L to progress.

In this dance, the A and B parts are essentially mirror image repetitions of each other. Do you know of any other dances where the A and B parts repeat in a similar way? The only other dance that I know of that does this is Chart Guthrie’s Hey in the Barn.

Thanks, Rich Hart.

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