Thanks! I want more dances in my box that familiarize folks with dancing with all the people even if they aren’t expecting it, but to have that built into the dance. So this is for dance communities that don’t have a lot of swapping and aren’t as skilled overall. So on the simpler side (but not boring).
So things like roger Diggle’s who’s in the middle or simple right handed gents chain dances that get folks to do things outside their “normal”, but are still pretty easy so they experience success with it. Thanks for all the suggestions so far! The harder ones are god too though, just for a slightly different purpose. A Sent from my iPhone > On Mar 8, 2019, at 3:07 PM, QuiAnn2 <quia...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Ann Arbor One > by Al Olson > Contra/Becket-CW/Easy > > A1 ----------- > (8) Star Left 3/4 > (8) NEW N allemande RT to short wavy lines (anyone in middle) <=PROGRESSION > A2 ----------- > (8) Balance and slide to the right (as in Rory O’More) > (8) Balance and slide to the left (as in Rory O’More) > B1 ----------- > (8) Pull by this N with RH to begin 1/2 Hey (pass Left shoulders in the > middle) > (8) Same N Sw > B2 ----------- > (6) Circle Left 3/4 > (10) P Sw > > >> On Mar 8, 2019, at 7:27 AM, Alexandra Deis-Lauby via Callers >> <email@example.com> wrote: >> >> Anyone have a simple wave dance where it doesn’t matter which role is in the >> middle of the wave? >> >> Kind of like Bob Isaacs’ double your fun but easier. >> >> Thanks! >> >> Alex >> >> >> Sent from my iPhone >> _______________________________________________ >> List Name: Callers mailing list >> List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net >> Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ >
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