Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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FOUR LEAP CLOVER
281
Now your opposite across the hall, Now your own and promenade all.
Repeat 2 and 3 for second, third, and fourth couples.
THE EXPLANATION:
1.  See page 151 or substitute any introduction given there.
2.  a) First couple advances to second couple and joins hands
with them and all circle to the left.
b)   Each gentleman takes the opposite lady by the right hand and turns her once around, then his partner with the left and turns her around.
c)   Each couple then takes promenade position (side by side with hands held crossed in front) and the two gentlemen lean their left shoulders over and brace against each other as the line of four promenades once around.
d) Each couple swings in and join hands again, this time including the third couple, between the second lady and the first gentleman. They all circle left and then six do a left allemande and a right and left grand (see
Promenade close like a four leaf clover.






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