user: Nicholas Rockstroh
waltz
by: Lisa Greenleaf
introduces moves: swing, long lines, allemande, circle, balance the ring, pass through
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing

A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles allemande right 1½
 
B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  circle left 3 places

4  balance the ring
 
4  pass through to new neighbors ⁋

Bradley Smith Notes: Originally, the last figure of this dance was a neighbor dosido 1 1/2, but I usually swap it for the ring balance and pass through to make the progression as simple as possible for inexperienced dancers.
introduces moves: right left through, chain, star, meltdown swing
formation: Becket
Look at the dancers on their left diagonal. These are next neighbors.
A1  8  right left through

8  ladles chain
 
A2  8  star left 4 places, then with next neighbors ⁋

8  star right 4 places
 
B1  16  neighbors meltdown swing

B2  8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½

8  partners swing

by: Ron Blechner
introduces moves: star promenade, butterfly whirl, give & take
formation: improper
Note where new neighbors will be at the beginning.
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  star left  wrist grip  4 places
 
A2  8  neighbors allemande left 1½

8  ladles allemande right 1½ and scoop up partners
 
B1  4  ladles star promenade right ½

4  butterfly whirl
 
8  partners swing
 
B2  4  ladles give & take neighbors

12  neighbors swing ⁋

Ron's notes:
"Thanks so much for Bob Isaacs for feedback on the couple of alternative versions, and for cleaning up the A1.
The title: Leonard Nimoy’s last public words from Feb 23, 2015:
“A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP”
Vulcan hand signs on allemandes are optional.
Written Feb 28, 2015"
by: Gene Hubert
introduces moves: hey
formation: Becket
Double progression. After the second chain, note that your shadow is the one you chained to and your partner is next to you in another set.
A1  8  left diagonal ladles chain

8  ladles chain to shadows
 
A2  16  ladles start a full hey  rights in center, lefts on ends ⁋

B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  7  circle left 3 places

2  pass through ⁋
 
7  circle right 3 places

Possibly the first use of a diagonal chain and hey for a lost and found partner sequence. One of the true classics of modern choreography. Gene sure knew how to use heys.
waltz
by: Gene Hubert
introduces moves: down the hall, up the hall
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing end facing down the hall

A2  8  down the hall and turn as a couple

8  up the hall and bend into a ring
 
B1  8  circle left 3 places

8  partners swing
 
B2  8  ladles chain

8  star left 4 places ⁋

by: Chart Guthrie
formation: improper
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  gentlespoons righthand chain
 
A2  16  gentlespoons start a full hey  rights in center, lefts on ends

B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  right left through

8  ladles chain ⁋

introduces moves: slide along set, do si do, custom, revolving door
formation: Becket cw
A1  2  slide left along set ⁋

6  circle left 3 places
 
8  neighbors do si do 1¼
 
A2  0  Alternately: Mad Robin, ladles through the middle

8  ladles allemande left 1½, scoop up partners
 
4  ladles star promenade left ½
 
4  butterfly whirl
 
B1  8  revolving door  gentlespoons take right hands and drop off partners on other side

8  neighbors swing
 
B2  4  ladles give & take partners

12  partners swing

Written and danced at Summer CDH. Elisabeth Monica from Louisville wanted to know if any dances existed with both a star promenade/butterfly whirl and a revolving door. I didn't know of any but was happy to oblige. The title comes from the foundational assertions of mathematical proofs, and references the fact that I think any combination of two figures can be incorporated into an enjoyable dance.