Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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DIVE AND RESCUE THE LADY
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lady and the third and second gentlemen with the first lady. They swing arms up and together, separate, and the first and third gentlemen dive again as in (b).
d)   The head gentlemen continue to the right and the side gentlemen to the left—so the first and second gentlemen join with the fourth lady and third and fourth gentlemen join with the second lady. They repeat (b) the first and third gentlemen still doing the "diving."
e)   The heads continue right and the sides left so the first and fourth gentlemen join the first lady and the third and second gentlemen join the third lady. Then re­peat (b) the first and third gentlemen doing the "diving."
f)   The second and fourth gentlemen go back to their part­ners and everybody swings.
3. See page 155 for explanation or substitute any other end­ing given there.
a a &
The first and third gentlemen always progress to the right and the second and fourth to the left. And the first and third gentlemen, being active, always do the "diving and rescuing." In the repetition of the dance the second and fourth go right and do the diving, the first and third circle to the left.






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