Thanks for sending along Allan's Frankenstein's Monster dance. It reads
really well and I look forward to running it through my head a few times
and calling it.
How does the dance/music phrasing work, in practice, for the allemandes
that span A2-B1? Instinct leads me to prefer having that all contained with
A or within B (as in Chuck the Budgie).
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Gang,I usually get so much from this message board, it is time for me to
provide.? See a rock solid dance below.
?Holiday in the Wood
Intermediate to advanced
Needs moderate tempo due to large number of 4 count figures
This one borrows bits from two of my favorite dances...Slapping the Wood
(Don Flaherty) (A1 & B2) and Hudson Holiday (A2 & B1)...hence the title. |
A1 (8) Do-si-do neighbor couple around couple(8) Swing neighbor A2 (8) Men
allemande left 1 & 1/2 to a wave across(4) Balance(4) Turn partner by right
3/4 to a wave along the line B1 (4) Balance(4) Allemande left with
shadow(8) Swing partner B2 (8) Circle four 3/4(4) Balance in the circle(4)
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