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2017-05-01 Louisville

user: Chet Gray

Table of Contents

  1. Appetizer

  2. Kitchen Stomp by Becky Hill

  3. Thanks, Charlie by Becky Hill
  4. Delphiniums and Daisies by Tanya Rotenberg
  5. Kimmswick Express by Gene Hubert
  6. Midwest Folklore by Orace Johnson
  7. Salute to Larry Jennings by Ted Sannella and Larry Jennings
  8. Equinox (?)

  9. Sarah's Journey by Gene Hubert
  10. Rock the Cradle, Joe

Appetizer

Kitchen Stomp by Becky Hill

Thanks, Charlie

by: Becky Hill

This dance is not published.

Delphiniums and Daisies

by: Tanya Rotenberg

introduces moves: allemande, chain, hey, swing, circle

formation: improper

A1 8
neighbors allemande left 1½
8
ladles chain
A2 16
ladles start a full hey - rights in center, lefts on ends
B1 16
partners long swing
B2 8
circle left 3 places
8
neighbors allemande right 1½ ⁋

Written in 1985 for the 20th anniversary of her parents' wedding, these being their wedding flowers.

Kimmswick Express

by: Gene Hubert

introduces moves: custom, right left through, pass through, do si do, balance, promenade

formation: square dance

A1 8
heads forward & back
8
right left through heads
A2 6
circle left 3 places heads
2
pass through to face sides
8
neighbors do si do 1¼ to a wave of 4 (2 ladles in the middle by the left, neighbor right)
B1 4
neighbors balance right & left
2
neighbors allemande right ½
2
gentlespoons allemande left ½
8
partners swing
B2 16
partners promenade to home

Midwest Folklore

by: Orace Johnson

This dance is not published.

Salute to Larry Jennings

by: Ted Sannella and Larry Jennings

introduces moves: pull by dancers, give & take

formation: Becket

In opening circle you are with the couple on your left diagonal.

A1 8
circle left 4 places with couple on your left diagonal ⁋
8
1st neighbors do si do once
A2 2
1st neighbors pull by right
2
2nd neighbors pull by left
2
3rd neighbors pull by right
6
4th neighbors allemande left once
2
3rd neighbors pull by right
2
2nd neighbors pull by left
B1 16
1st neighbors balance & swing
B2 8
gentlespoons give & take partners to gentlespoon's home side
8
partners swing

Notes from Bob Isaacs: In this crossing of two New England greats, Larry improves a dance written in
his honor by adding the give and take.

The very long and good neighbor sequence is allemande left-pull
by right-pull by right-pull by left-pull by left-circle-do si do-pull by right-balance-swing-give and take.
Source: Give and Take, by Larry Jennings.

Equinox (?)

Sarah's Journey

by: Gene Hubert

introduces moves: box the gnat, star

formation: improper

A1 4
neighbors box the gnat
4
gentlespoons pull by left
8
partners swing
A2 8
circle left 4 places
8
partners do si do once
B1 4
partners box the gnat
4
ladles pull by left
8
neighbors swing
B2 8
right left through
8
star left 4 places ⁋

Rock the Cradle, Joe