Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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284
INDIAN CIRCLE
turns back (a right turn or to the outside of the circle) and swings the lady behind him.
On the repetition of this call he puts the lady he has just swung in front of him and they promenade again in single file, and when they turn back again each man swings his own partner.
c)   The first and second couple again join hands and this time take in the third couple between the second lady and the first gentleman and all circle left. Without breaking holds the six circle to the right.
b) They break holds and promenade in single file, and each gentleman turns back and swings the girl behind him. They repeat this until each swings his own partner.
d)   They take hands again and this time include the fourth couple between the third lady and the first gentleman. All eight circle to the left and reverse and circle to the right.
b) They break holds and promenade in single file again, turning back and swinging the lady behind until each gentleman gets his own partner.
3. See page 152 for explanation or substitute any other end­ing given there.






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