For those interested, the closest I've seen it resembles is To Live is To
Dance by Jim Kitch, which is basically:
1/2 Hey, loop L to next
Next N B+S
Circle L 3/4, P rollaway
Gents start 1/2 Hey
P gypsy swing
... which is a fun dance, as well.
The dance I listed is similar with 2 heys and 2 swings, but a gents-focused
version but with a mad Robin instead of a circle - rollaway.
I've titled mine Leaf on the Wind, seeing nothing closer.
On Sep 14, 2015 12:05 PM, "Ron Blechner" <contraron(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I was hoping this dance, or something very similar, might be identified:
A1: Gents Alle L 1.5 (8)
1/2 Hey (8) (NR, LL, PR, GL)
A2: N Gypsy R 1/2 (2)* (to face next N)
Next N Gypsy + Sw (14)
B1: Mad Robin (8)**
1/2 Hey (8) (GL, PR, LL, NR)
B2: Gents Pass L (2)
P Gypsy + Swing (14)
* Been debating teaching / calling this as a gypsy or "loop right". I
think either works, but ideas welcome.
** Gents in front, CW