Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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THE SINGING QUADRILLE
the same time in the same way advances and encircles him. They pass right shoulders, sidestep to the right passing back to back, and pass left shoulders in re­turning to place.
b)   Each gentleman turns around and does exactly the same as (a) with his own partner.
c)   Each gentleman joins left hands with his left-hand or corner lady, and circles around her and back to place.
d)   Each gentleman now joins right hands with his part­ner and circles twice around her (in order to fill out the measure of the music).
e)   Each gentleman and his corner lady advance and bow to each other.
f)   Each gentleman takes his corner lady in dance posi­tion and swings her around and then promenades with her around the square and back to his position. She, however, has left her position and advanced one place. (By the last repetition of the figure she has worked back to her own partner again.)
2. g) The first couple waltzes down the center of the set to the third couple and waltzes between them. Here
SINGING QUADRIIXJE—PART TttREE Your left hand on your corner.






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