I was aware of Lynn's dance but not Ron's when I came up with the following. As a happy coincidence it's a sort of hybrid of the two in 32 bars. I originally envisioned the last part of the B2 as an outward-facing CCW circle 1/2 (i.e.: "circle left" to those in the circle) - that's the path the
Hi, Liz, I have that choreography as "Coconut Cream Pie" by Lynn Ackerson. I collected it that way from Nils Fredland a few years ago. Dugan Murphy (he/him) Portland, Maine dugan at duganmurphy.com www.DuganMurphy.com www.PortlandIntownContraDance.com www.NufSed.consulting Date: Wed, 29 May
Hi All, In the first video link in Callers Box, one dancer is doing an interesting addition at A2b: A2 Partner allemande L 1 1/2; New middles star R once WHILE new ends Neighbor swing. Cheers, Bill ___ List Name: Callers mailing list List
My understanding is that Lynn adapted Ron Beeson's dance, Apple Pie Quadrille, by changing B2 into a can't-fail circle progression from a "Devil's Backbone" progression. I'm going to guess that Nils called it at a dance and somebody misattributed the dance to him and got the name wrong.