Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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POKEY NINE
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e)   The first lady advances to the fourth couple, the gentleman to the third, and the caller to the second, and they circle threes again as in (b).
f)   The lady remains with the fourth couple while the gentleman advances and joins her there. And the caller or the odd dancer drops out of the set. The first and fourth couples with hands joined circle four to the left, while the other two couples stand stilL
g)   They then do a docey-doe (see page 160 for a descrip­tion).
3. See page 154 for explanation or substitute any other end­ing given there.
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The cowboy pokey is a distant and disinherited relative of the elegant polka. In this dance it has completely for­gotten its great grandmother, and is nothing but the gliding walk of the regular square dance.






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