Cowboy Dances

A collection of Traditional Western Square Dances By Lloyd Shaw

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Repeat three more times, on the first and second
repetition saying: Pass that gal and take the next.
And the last time saying: Pass that gal and take your oivn.
3. Now you're home and everybody swing, Allemande left with your left hand Right hand to partner and right and left grand, Meet your partner and promenade.
o o o The whole call, sometimes, is repeated in reverse by calling:
Four gents to the center and back to the bar.
1.  See page 148 for explanation or substitute any introduc­tion given there.
2.  a) The four ladies advance to the center of the set and
each makes a rightabout turn so they stand momen­tarily back to back. (It is really more of a turn and a dip than a turn and a pause.) And then each returns to her own place.
b)   The four gentlemen advance to the center of the set and join their right hands and circle to the left.
c)   Each reverses and they join left hands and circle back to the right.
d)   Each continues circling past his own partner, and, still holding left hands in the-center, each man offers his right jurm to th$ m%% lacty. She hooks on to his arm and circles witi Mm in a double mill.
e) The $®yMfmm hi W9i-fef'jtbe center ^nd each pivots
his fe$I » tb$yT all :»?ri»fr in tofatfer and the ladies
joitt rSgjtyt !^K^!'ik't3w ewtter, Tl$ 'mill now reverses
m^:^^^:0^^M''f^ I*fo.tI^;ftdfc$ still holding
('- rigiit 'M^$&}W>.'*$* wte^P: fctii ,iw pxen's arms hooked
J£>;, %W h^(^S \^'0\i^ the aenter< m$ e&ch man swings v ftefe'(| ^n6er pc^lioil with his lady and they swing