by Tom Hinds
Ladies allemand-L 1.5,
to change places(8).
DTHall line4, ONEs next to TWOs(6), turn as a couple(2).
Come back UTHall(6), bend the line(2)...
...Circle left 3-places(8). Nbr swing(8).
by Rick Mohr
[Scatter mixer: Couples in 4-somes or 6-somes or 8-somes]
Circle left(8). Dosido nbr(8).
Allemand-R partner 1.5
[sending ladies in](8).
Ladies star-L, while Gents orbit CW(8).
Bal&swing new partner(4+12).
Promenade anywhere with new partner(16)
[Find another group to circle with].
by Gene Hubert.
Teaching: Pass-through one-couple so that folks have a couple to
look for. (As usual, put lady on right.)]
[New nbrs, hand-4]
Ring-balance(4), then ladies trade places passing R-shoulder(4).
Ring-bal(4), with nbr California twirl [to face a new couple].
With new couple circle-left(8)
[gents, your shadow is in your L-hand].
With partner bal&swing(4+12).
Rights-and-lefts across(8). Ladies chain(8).
by Don Lennartson
[BECKET: Huge oval circle]
[Same two] Ladies chain(8). Long lines(8);
keep hands, and connect at the ends to make a huge oval.
Oval right(8) [“Ovaltine”].
Oval left(8) [“OvalTang”].
[Original foursomes] Circle-left(8).
[C'mon back with a] Left-hand star(8) all the way around
[Gent in front of his partner].
[Ladies look right and] Allemand-R the
new nbr-lady coming toward you(8).
Partner-swing(8), on the side.
Hey on the fritz
by Jonathan King
[First, memorize DIR-PROG, to find new NBRs, for RH_star.
Now Becketize, hands in long lines, join at
ends to make a huge Oval. Partner in one hand, Shadow in the other.]
R-star all-the-way-around (8).
Ladies start half-hey(8).
[As Gents finish crossing the set, melt into a...]
Gents “Left-shoulder Hey”
[a half-hey](8). Gents pass L-shoulder, then R-shoulder with partner,
then looks right, and sticks out R-arm, ready for the star-R with new nbrs.
passes R-shoulder w.partner, then does a
with the other lady,
till she sees her partner's back; hook on to him and make a R-hand star
with New Nbrs.
Friday Night Fever
by Tony Parkes
Gents Allemand-left 1.5 (8).
With partner, promenade across(8).
[Face partner] Square-Through
[Across the set:
Prtnr R-hand bal and pull-by(4+2);
w.nbr L-hand pull-by(2);
w.prtnr bal and pull-by(4+2);
to face new NBR.
by Jim Kitch
With nbr, Bal&Swing(4+12).
R-hands-across--Star 1x (8).
Ladies chain [to partner](8).
Ladies dosido(8). Partner swing(8).
Circle-left 3-places and pass thru(6+2), next nbr dosido(8).
by Jerry Blum, Patti Gutwein, John Lenarduzz,
Kathryn C. Millis, Josh Moses, Dave Notman,
Bill Olson, Kate Power, Cary Ravitz
[4-FACING-4: Has the “Awful Ladies” move.]
In line facing you. The couple on the diagonal has your
1st-nbr. In the couple across from you
is your 2nd-nbr.
You are facing your “Original Direction”.
Gents, you have 3 swings, each ending facing a
different direction. Your Partner-swing ends facing your
Lines-of-four, foward and back(8).
Up/down: In little-groups-of-four, ladies start a half-hey(8).
“All four ladies, chain halfway.”
The four ladies
do a R-hands-across-star, halfway round till they see their first-nbr(8).
Swing that nbr(8), ending facing across the set (i.e, like in long lines).
In your new little-groups-of-four, gents allemand-L
1.5(8) to your second-nbr.
ending facing Reverse Direction.
Face your partner, hands-4, circle left.
[Up/down in your new little-groups-of-four]
Circle left 3-places(8).
Swing partner, end facing Original Direction, in your line-of-four.
by Ruth Ungar
[IMPROPER: Do the Contra Stretch! Hands4,
identify ONEs, and DIR-PROG.]
Circle left halfway, ring-balance(4+4).
Circle left halfway, ring-balance(4+4).
In your rings-of-four, starting on the side:
Square-Through 4 places
[R-to-Nbr, L-to-partner, R-to-Nbr, L-to-partner](2+2+2+2) .
Nbr 1.5(8) on the side, to progress.
End facing original-dir
[facing away from the couple you have been dancing with].
ONEs separate and go down outside TWOs, meet and continue down to split next TWOs;
ONEs now separate and back-up outside those TWOs, meet and back-up through previous TWOs,
ready to form the circle to start the dance again
[TWOs should oscillate in and out to make room]
[Lizard walk variant:
the TWOs can move up the set and back to share the work with the ONEs.]
by Erik Hoffman
[4-FACING-4, Becket. (Take hands4 with couple
in front of you, turn it one click to the left.)
Before becketizing, identify your
“Travel Buddies ”
in your short line4.
Crooked tune, 16×5=80 beats]
Circle left 3-places(6),
to a new set(2), to
Swing your new nbr(8).
[End in BECKET, facing partner, next to nbr, in two groups-of-four.]
[Four] Long lines, fwd&back(8).
Gents allemand-L 1.5 into(8)…
a long Wavy line of eight folk, your partner in your R-hand.
Rory O'More [wavy-bal, R-L, slide right catch
L-hands, bal L-R, slide left, snag R-hands](4+4+4+4).
Major [or Half] Hey-for-Eight(16).
Partner bal&swing(4+12); end in Becket formation.
by Amy Kahn
[IMPROPER: Scoop the Lady]
Gents left allemand(8) once around, and keep
going. Scoop your partner [to cross the set]
and Butterfly Whirl(8).
Ladies start a full hey(16).
[As gents come back to their partner] Partner bal&swing(4+12).
Rights&Lefts across the set [courtesy turn](8), gent
roll-away the Lady, R-hand star(8).
[“Gents look left allemand.”]
March of the Coffee Zombies
by Cary Ravitz
Long-lines; backing, gents roll-away partner(8).
March single-file 3-places round(8) (as if circling right)
to meet new nbrs.
march 3-places round(8) (as if circling left).
Gents turn over R-shoulder and all form a wavy-line, Gents in center,
(#1 Gent facing Down) with partner in R-hand(8).
Bal-the-wave(4), Gents slide right one place and spin to face-in,
while Ladies slide right Two places and spin to face Nbr(4).
Nbrs and swing(8+8).
Gents allemand-L 1.5 to cross the set(8). Partner swing(8).