hook: Fiddleheads with swings for both couples
by: Cary Ravitz
neighbors balance & swing
ones pass by right shoulders
ones turn left, dance around one person, then form diamonds with 1st gentlespoon in a new set facing down and 1st ladle in the same set facing up
balance & petronella
balance & petronella, ones turn a little more to find partners
ones swing and face down to next neighbors ⁋
ones split twos for a mirror do si do
twos swing and face up to current neighbors
"The central figures of this dance, A2 and B1, are borrowed from Ted Sannella's Fiddleheads.
You can run this as an alternating dance (as in Alternating Corners by Jim Kitch). On even cycles, after the neighbor swing, twos cross the set, turn left, etc. Gentlespoons face down and ladles face up in the initial diamonds, and after the partner swings (both versions), ones face down and twos face up."