to be clear (not that anyone has said anything)... "Frankenstein's Monster"
meant merely that it was pieced together from parts taken from elsewhere.
No allusions to literary, or other, merit or other, were intended! :)
On 30 January 2018 at 12:02, K Panton <panton90(a)tricolour.queensu.ca> wrote:
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).
From: Dan Black <blackjunier(a)yahoo.com>
To: Bill Olson <callbill(a)hotmail.com>om>, Grant Goodyear
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Subject: Re: [Callers] Looking for suggestions
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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)