No, no, that’s not what See-Saw means!
You can see a See-Saw being performed just after 31 seconds into:
No, just kidding. 😊
Dosido and Seesaw mean lots of different things (I have a contra dance with three
completely different “Dosidos”!). Your use of See-Saw is the one most contra dancers
know, though Modern Western Square Dancing has redefined it as a Left Shoulder Gypsy!
You’re in charge! Call it what you like!
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From: Amy Cann [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 23 February 2018 16:15
To: Caller's discussion list <callers(a)sharedweight.net>
Subject: Re: [Callers] "I've Got A Bad Feeling About This" -- does this
Hello again all -- it has been brought (gently) to my attention that I have been laboring
under a delusion, that I have strayed from the path...
"Do-SI-do, do-SA-do" does not mean back-to-back starting right shoulder, then
back to back starting left shoulder.
Deep down I know this, I swear, I know they're the same term with different accents,
but SOMEwhere.SOMEhow I started using the phrase/habit with a particular wedding dance and
it stuck. No idea why. Total brain fart.
Thank you, Tony Parkes, for leading me back into the light of truth.
I'm going to go recite the moves of Moneymusk three times and light a candle to Ralph
Page and hope that's enough penance.
Please replace the B1 part of my silly Star Wars trash compactor dance with "Do Si