CRAPO Dance Recall Notice DCAv1, 20160227
Dear Dance Leader,
The Choreography Registration And Publication Office* (CRAPO) Safety
Division (SD), in partnership with dance author Don Veino, jointly announce
a voluntary recall of his dance composition "Double Crossed Again", version
In order to prevent dancer dissatisfaction and maximize enjoyment for the
future, we have agreed this joint voluntary recall. Mr. Veino has
re-imagined the dance to address a flow violation and has revised the
composition to improve dancer enjoyment.
As a potential consumer of this composition (via participation on the
Shared Weight Callers forum), we provide this notice to you. As sole
compensation for your potentially sub-optimal experience, CRAPO SD have
reached an agreement with Mr. Veino to supply you a fully tested second
revision of the original composition plus a bonus dance for your
inconvenience (his new "Sneaks & Peeks"), see below.
Should you wish to opt out of this recall, please delete this entire
message and discard your copy of the original version dance in a safe
manner, in compliance with applicable local hazardous waste regulations.
Abed A. Dan, S.E.
CRAPO Chief Safety Engineer
REVISED DANCE COMPOSITION
*Double Crossed Again!* (V2)
[Type]: Contra [Formation]: Duple Improper [Author]: Don Veino [Status]:
[Comments]: Intermediate/Advanced (Cross-Trails, significant out of minor
set action). My first double Cross-Trails dance.
[A1]: (4,4) Right Hand BALANCE, CROSS-TRAIL (Pass current N (N1) Right
up/down the set, Pass P Left across)
(8) NEIGHBOR 1 SWING (on away side)
[A2]: (8) LEFT DIAGONAL LADIES CHAIN (to Shadow)
(4) Right Hand to NEIGHBOR 2 (across set), BALANCE N2
(4) CROSS TRAIL (pass N2 by right across, pass Shadow by left up/down to
[B1]: (4,12) PARTNER BALANCE, SWING
[B2]: (8) LONG LINES FORWARD & BACK
(8) STAR RIGHT 3/4 and face progression to take Right Hand with THIS
BONUS DANCE COMPOSITION
*Sneaks & Peeks* - DI, DP - Don Veino 20150106
Set up with Ones slightly between Twos to ID handy hands (I have them swing
as in the B2 first), all facing up/down in direction of progression.
Intermediate/advanced (due to expectation-warping). Double progression many
swings dance - particularly if sneaky!
(4,4) Handy Hand (G1 LH, L1 RH) Neighbor Balance, Twirl to Swap into Mirror
Waves (1s face out, 2s in)
(4,4) Wave Balance Fwd & Back, Handy Hand Allemande 1/2x
(4,4) Wave Balance Fwd & Back, Handy Hand Allemande 1/2x (1s face out, 2s
(8) Twos Swing in center, end facing UP (for cross-set play, 1s may
meanwhile Mirror Turn Single on the outside to sneak a peek with/high five
a shadow in the next line and face down)
(4,12) Next Neighbor Balance & Swing
(4,12) Ones Only Balance & Swing in center, face down (2s can meanwhile
sneak in a cross-set Swing w/a shadow in the next line over and face up
with a ready Handy Hand)
Tune: Daniel Boucher's "Circular Reel" was used as inspiration and fits
Cautions for dancers: as a DP you're never out, and note your handy hand
_and_allemande_direction_ changes at ends.
Named after a game our 4+1/2 year old daughter Raeden calls "Sneaks", where
she tries to stay in my blind spot while I try to catch sight of her
(giggling herself silly the whole time).
Dancers seem to really like this one, called at two Concord Scout House
gigs during Feb. 2016. Short video at https://youtu.be/nF15xR3EwN4
*This is all intended as an amusing way of getting out an improved revision
to my original dance. This is a joke organization, really! -Don :)