Mescolanza by Les Hinkel for Party events.
These singing breaks and figures use only Circle, Forward and Back, Dosado, and Promenade.
This traditional proper contra is a long time favorite.
This contra is intended to drill a class on Right and Left Thru and Ladies Chain.
This contra by Jerry Helt has a Dosado of a couple with a single and a Circle of 3. There is also a slow Square Thru that could be cued.
This contra by Penn Fix has a chase sequence taken from a traditional square dance figure.
This double progression contra by Mitch Pingle has “With the new lady on the right and Half Promenade”.
This double progression contra by Don Armstrong has a single file march and return.
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.
This is a simple trio designed to get everyone involved and moving quickly.
- Circle Dances (17)
- Circle Mixers (44)
- Contras (70)
- Line Dances (32)
- Other Dances (7)
- Square Dances (47)
- Trios (21)
Tag Cloud3/4 Turn 4 couples 6 couples 16-count 32-count 48-count 64-count 80-count Allemande Left Arch Arm Turns Back Up BDP Chase Circle Claps Dip and Dive Dosado Elbow Turn Four-Wall genderless Grand Square Half-Promenade Heel & Toe Kick Ladies Chain No-mix One-Wall Promenade Quarter-Turn Right & Left Thru Sashay Separate Side-Close Single-File Split Two Star Promenade Stars Swing Train Twirl Two-Step Two-Wall Vine waltz