Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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FOUR LEAF CLOVER
f)   As they promenade, each couple swings in to the cen­ter, pivoting around the gentleman, and promenades in the reverse direction. (Without this reversal it is confusing to get all four couples in the right order in the next step.)
g)   They all join hands again and this time include the fourth couple (between the first gentleman and the third lady.) The first lady then steps to the center while the seven circle round her. The first gentleman steps in and trades places with her again. He steps out between the two adjacent ladies again giving his left hand to the one not his partner. And they all finish with an allemande left, and right and left grand (see page j.o^) .
Four Leaf Clover
THE CALL:
1.  Swing your partners, swing all
eight, Now swing on the corner like
swingin' on the gate, Now swing your own and
promenade eight.
2.  a) First couple out to the couple
on the right And circle four, oh, circle four,
b)   Now swing your opposite with your right, Now your partner with your left,
c)   Now four promenade with shoulders over,
d)   Now a two and a four and a six hands round, A left allemande and a right hand grand. And six promenade and gents shoulder over. Six promenade lifce a three-leaf clover.
e)   Now two, four, six, and eight hands round* A left allemande and a right hand grand. Promenade eight with shoulders over, Jrromenade close like a four-leaf clover,
3.  Now swing, swing and everybody swing, Swing your opposite across the hall, Now the lady on your right.






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