Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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and fascinating. Four sets arranged in a square work out perfectly and symmetrically; but if the arrange­ment of sets is longer one way than the other, and uneven, when one pair of couples gets back home the other pair in that set may be wandering almost any­where on the floor. In this case the first pair of couples back home have to shuttle back and forth within the set until their two neighbor couples are back home also.
3. See page 152 for explanation or substitute any other ending.
For a complex and delightful combination of intermingl­ing dances (especially fine for exhibitions) the Grand March Change can be called for the first couple, the Arch and Under the Length of the Hall for the second and fourth couples, then the Right and Left Through the Length of the Hall for the first and third couples and finally the Four Ladies Change for the Length of the Hall. By this time they will all know they have been some place, but they will feel quite triumphant and proud.