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01.16.18-State College, Pa (band Smash the Windows)

user: Karl Senseman

Table of Contents

  1. Kiss the Bride by Jeffrey Spero
  2. Fidelity Reel by Bill Wellington
  3. Dean's Valentine by Melenie Axel-Lute
  4. Another Easy One by unknown
  5. General Eric by Tom Hinds
  6. Handsome Young Maids by Sue Rosen
  7. Waltz

  8. Shottische

  9. Tempus Fugit by David Smukler

    Tempest Formation Dance

  10. The Baby Rose by David Kaynor
  11. Hyla's Flirt by Aaron Weiss
  12. Nice & Easy Contra by Tom Hinds
  13. Waltz

Kiss the Bride

by: Jeffrey Spero

introduces moves: do si do, swing, long lines, allemande, meltdown swing, promenade, circle, pass through

formation: improper

A1 8
neighbors do si do once
8
neighbors swing
A2 8
long lines forward & back
8
ladles allemande left 1½
B1 16
partners meltdown swing
B2 8
partners promenade
6
circle right 3 places
2
pass through ⁋

Fidelity Reel

by: Bill Wellington

This dance is not published.

Dean's Valentine

by: Melenie Axel-Lute

This dance is not published.

Another Easy One

by: unknown

introduces moves: down the hall, up the hall, right left through

formation: improper

A1 8
neighbors allemande right 1½
8
gentlespoons allemande left 1½
A2 8
partners do si do once
8
partners swing
B1 8
down the hall and turn as a couple
8
up the hall and bend into a ring
B2 8
right left through
6
circle left 3 places
2
pass through ⁋

General Eric

by: Tom Hinds

This dance is not published.

Handsome Young Maids

by: Sue Rosen

introduces moves: balance the ring, turn alone

formation: improper

Starts with line of four facing down, #1s in center

A1 8
down the hall forward then backward [Gay Gorden]
8
up the hall forward then backward and bend into a ring {Gay Gorden]
A2 8
circle left 4 places
4
balance the ring
4
turn alone [turn towards partner]
B1 16
neighbors long swing
B2 8
long lines forward & back
8
ones swing, end facing down ⁋

Waltz

Shottische

Tempus Fugit

by: David Smukler

Tempest Formation Dance

introduces moves: arch & dive

formation: Tempest

Two #1 cpls facing down - Two #2 cpls spit and facing in

A1 8
down the hall and turn as a couple (two #1 cpls in line of four)
8
up the hall and turn as a couple (#1s turn to face nearest #2s)
A2 4
circle left 2 places (two circles either side of set)
2
twos arch ones dive ⁋
2
pass through across the set (two #1 couples in center of set)
8
neighbors do si do once (the #2 couple across the set)
B1 16
neighbors balance & swing
B2 4
circle left 2 places (two circles)
12
partners swing (#1s end facing down; #2s face in)

#2s must slide up while #1s go down the hall
#2s when out at the top must slide together and become new #1s facing down; #1s when out at bottom must separate and face in along
side
Making sure the #1s circle with the correct #2s can sometimes be problematic
http://davidsmukler.syracusecountrydancers.org

The Baby Rose

by: David Kaynor

introduces moves: chain, star

formation: improper

A1 16
neighbors balance & swing
A2 8
circle left 3 places
8
partners do si do once
B1 16
partners balance & swing
B2 8
ladles chain
8
star left 4 places to new neighbor ⁋

Hyla's Flirt

by: Aaron Weiss

formation: improper

A1 16
neighbors meltdown swing
A2 8
circle left 4 places
8
ladles allemande right 1½
B1 16
partners meltdown swing
B2 8
long lines forward & back
8
ladles chain (look for new neighbors) ⁋

Nice & Easy Contra

by: Tom Hinds

formation: improper

A1 8
circle left 4 places
8
star right - wrist grip - 4 places
A2 8
neighbors do si do once
8
neighbors swing
B1 8
ladles chain
8
ladles chain
B2 8
long lines forward & back
8
ones swing ⁋

look for new neighbors to circle left with

Waltz