I like it - this is what quickly came to mind after Rich's post. A part timing is pretty tight but the momentum/connections throughout should help?
Riffing on Richness - DI - Don Veino 20190310 A1 (GNT/LRK face out) Long Wave Balance Gents Loop Right *WHILE* LDY/RVN Allemande Left 1x and step into GNT/LRK's original spot Long Wave Balance, Box Circulate (GNT/LRK cross, LDY/RNV loop) A2 (GNT/LRK face out) Long Wave Balance Gents Loop Right *WHILE* LDY/RVN Allemande Left 1x back to PNR PNR Swing B1 Circle Left 3/4x, NBR Swing B2 LLF&B LDY/RVN Pass Right Half Hey into long waves (prior NBR LH, RH to new) On Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 12:40 PM Rich Sbardella via Callers < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > "Scootback" would be another easy option after a box circulate for contra > dance. Here is an example: > Balance wave, Those facing in Allemande (L/R), comeback to same wave and > swing (P/N). Those facing out simply flip and await the swing. > > Here is another with two consecutive scootbacks, but a balance can be > inserted between the scootbacks as well. Balance Wave, Those facing in > allemande outfacers loop. The new dancers facing in now allemande while > the new outfaces flip. Both dancers meet for a swing after the second > scootbback. > > I wonder if Bob Isaacs has written one yet? > > By Callerlab definition Scootbpck is 6 beats/steps, but they are often > danced in four beats/steps when followed by another scootback or a swing. > > Rich Sbardella > Stafford, CT > > On Sun, Mar 10, 2019 at 11:00 AM Aahz via Callers < > email@example.com> wrote: > >> On Fri, Mar 08, 2019, Isaac Banner via Callers wrote: >> > >> > I've felt like most box circulate dances use the circulate as a buildup >> > into a swing with *someone*. Looking at >> > http://www.contra.dance/thecallersbox, there are only 12 results for >> dances >> > with a circulate that isn't followed by a swing and 9 of those results >> > don't include their choreography (grumble grumble), so I can't actually >> > confirm that they belong in the result set. >> >> Square dancing has lots of options, but a lot of those options rely on >> eight dancers in the group. Two options that seem suitable for contra >> dance: >> >> * outfacers run >> >> * hinge (to change wave orientation ninety degrees) >> >> No time to construct example choreo, but I can work up something if >> people want. >> -- >> Hugs and backrubs -- I break Rule 6 >> http://rule6.info/ >> <*> <*> <*> >> Help a hearing-impaired person: http://rule6.info/hearing.html >> _______________________________________________ >> List Name: Callers mailing list >> List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net >> Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ >> > _______________________________________________ > List Name: Callers mailing list > List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net > Archives: https://email@example.com/ >
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