hook: Four quick swings
Ones step between twos to form short lines facing down
down the hall and turn alone
up the hall, ones back to back in the center, face neighbors
neighbors start a full hey - lefts on ends, rights in center
neighbors allemande left 1½
ones swing ⁋
Rick Mohr notes: the sequence of swings can be a thrill, especially if dancers end each of them with their back to the person they're going to swing next and then continue momentum to whirl 180° to the right and immediately into the next swing. (The gentlespoon in particular need extra encouragement to turn right out of each swing.)
Here's how I do that part of the walk-through: 2's—finish your swing facing each other in the center, with your back to your neighbor. 1's be ready to catch them! 2's whirl right, right into a swing with your neighbor. End that swing facing your neighbor, with the 1's back-to-back in the center. 1's—whirl right, right into a swing with your partner.
The neighbor swing in B2 ends in the middle of the phrase, something I usually avoid because dancers are so used to swinging until the end of the phrase. But this dance has always worked well, maybe because the series of short swings is a clear focus.
Thanks to co-author Bob Isaacs for greatly improving the sequence of surrounding figures for the string of swings.