Very nice Rich. I think it's a winner. I really like calling
squares where the heads do a series of moves and then repeat that
same series with the sides.
You've got me thinking. How about a completely different one, maybe
for experienced dancers that includes the following (after a circle
left with the sides)?
reverse star through, Jersey twirl, (and roll) swing corner.
On second thought maybe do a circle right before hand.
Okay, I've got it.
Heads chain, circle left 3/4, weave line past each other, circle
right with sides...
I better stop now or I'll never get to work.
On Aug 9, 2017, at 6:41 PM, Rich Sbardella richsbardella(a)gmail.com
Here is a simple sure I put together. It is called California
Jitters because of the sequence of Star Thru, California Twirl, and
Swing. When done as rapid sequence they have a jitterbug type
I would appreciate any constructive criticism, and also if the
sequence exists in the traditional dance world.
The sequence of Star Thru, California Twirl, and Swing was used by
New England dance caller, Dick Leger, and I always enjoyed it.
New England Square - Rich Sbardella
Heads Forward & Back
(Heads) Inside Hand Star Thru
Same Hand- California Twirl
with Oustside -Two Circle of Four
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