An energetic group dance with “cross, kick, back up 3”.
This big circle dance moves each dancer four positions during each 64 counts. It can work with almost any strongly phrased singing call record with a 4/4 beat such as a march tune.
There a several quick changes in direction so it requires a good focus and quick reaction time.
A circle mixer with a solo grand square action.
64-count mixer adaptable to music of your choice
This Quadrille has an unusual action of Balancing in a Thar formation.
This is a simple, peppy dance with several clever variations.
This dance was especially written for 6th grade students. It teaches the dancers actives, inactives, and ends cross-over skills.
This is Bob Dalsemer’s variation on the original Jefferson and Liberty dance. It includes Dosado and Swing.
This is probably the historical dance from which the other Jefferson dances evolved.
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Tag Cloud3/4 Turn 4 couples 6 couples 8-count 16-count 32-count 48-count 64-count 80-count 96-count Arm Turns Back Up BDP Circle Claps Dip and Dive Dosado Elbow Turn Four-Wall genderless Grand Square Half-Promenade Heel & Toe hornpipe Kick Ladies Chain No-mix One-Wall Promenade Quarter-Turn reel Right & Left Thru Sashay Separate Side-Close Single-File Split Two Star Promenade Stars Swing Twirl Two-Step Two-Wall Vine waltz