user: Chet Gray
Cutaway + swing the next square, Ladies to the middle & gents sashay break
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Ted Told Me So by Susan Moffett
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by: Tony Parkes
introduces moves: long lines, swing, allemande, circle, star, promenade, chain
formation: improper
A1  8  long lines forward & back ⁋

8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½

8  partners swing
 
B1  8  circle left 4 places

8  star left 4 places
 
B2  8  partners promenade

8  ladles chain to neighbor

Bob Isaacs notes: Tony Parkes of Massachusetts has long been one of America’s best callers of contras and squares, and this glossary dance is a fine way to start an evening.
by: Jim Hemphill
introduces moves: meltdown swing, right left through
formation: improper
A1  8  neighbors allemande right 1½

8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½
 
A2  16  partners meltdown swing

B1  8  circle left 3 places

8  neighbors swing
 
B2  8  right left through

8  star left 4 places ⁋

by: Becky Hill
introduces moves: petronella
formation: Becket ccw
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles chain
 
A2  8  balance & petronella

8  balance & petronella
 
B1  8  star left 4 places ⁋

8  neighbors swing
 
B2  8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½

8  partners swing

Cutaway + swing the next square, Ladies to the middle & gents sashay break
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Ted Told Me So by Susan Moffett
by: Bradley Smith
introduces moves: hey, roll away, mad robin, turn alone
formation: Becket ccw
A1  16  gentlespoons start a full hey  lefts in center, rights on ends  ladles ricochet second time to neighbors

A2  16  neighbors meltdown swing

B1  4  long lines forward

4  gentlespoons roll away neighbors with a half sashay on the way back (roll right to left)
 
8  mad robin, gentlespoons in front (CCW around current neighbors, facing partners)
 
B2  0  turn alone to face Next neighbors ⁋

6  circle left 3 places
 
10  partners swing

Written for the Wise family.
introduces moves: do si do, gyre, balance the ring, pass through
formation: improper
A1  8  neighbors do si do once

8  neighbors swing
 
A2  4  long lines forward

4  ladles roll away neighbors with a half sashay
 
8  ladles allemande left 1½
 
B1  8  partners gyre once meltdown to

8  partners swing end in ring of 4
 
B2  8  balance & petronella spin right one place

4  balance the ring
 
4  pass through ⁋

Notes: Written to medley with Steve ZakonAnderson and Louis Cromartie’s dance Salmonella Evening. Preserves the progression from that dance while doing some different stuff beforehand. Perfectly enjoyable on its own, but the name only makes sense in the context of the medley. Inspired by a conversation I had with Josiah Roberts.
by: Gene Hubert
introduces moves: custom, balance
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  balance right & left

2  neighbors allemande right ½
 
2  gentlespoons allemande left ½
 
8  partners swing
 
B2  16  partners promenade along the set on the right to home

by: Chris Page
formation: square dance
A1  8  balance & petronella

8  neighbors swing (CORNER)
 
A2  8  balance & petronella

8  next neighbors swing (NEXT CORNER)
 
B1  8  balance & petronella

8  next neighbors swing (NEXT NEXT CORNER)
 
B2  8  balance & petronella

8  partners swing

http://chrispagecontra.awardspace.us/dances/#petronellaswingbreak
As long as they know petronella turns and who their corner is, they're set to go. If they're aware of the concept that a corner is a place rather than a face, then there's no need to walk through any of this.
This is a quick way to swing everyone. gentlespoons go nowhere, ladles go around the square.
by: Jerome Grisanti
introduces moves: custom
formation: improper
A1  4  long lines forward

4  gentlespoons roll away neighbors with a half sashay (roll left to right)
 
8  gentlespoons allemande left 1½
 
A2  16  partners balance & swing

B1  8  right left through (with courtesy turn)

8  ladles chain (to neighbor)
 
B2  8  circle right 4 places

8  neighbors twohand turn **counterclockwise** 1/2/3+ times  end with gentlespoon on the left and ladle on the right, like a swing ⁋

Original B2 has a neighbors swing instead of my "reverse" twohand turn.
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 ⁋

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