This mixer features two couple circles and scatter promenade. The original uses Right and Left Thru but there is a simpler option.
Tag: Right & Left Thru
This dance is designed for community dancers with some previous contra dance experience. It is challenging!
This is a well-known contra for couples facing couples. It has a Slant Left Right and Left Thru.
This contra for couples facing couples has a Slant Left Right and Left Thru.
This contra is appropriate for Community Dancers who have mastered Ladies Chain and Right and Left Thru.
An Alternate Duple appropriate for Community Dancers.
This is probably the historical dance from which the other Jefferson dances evolved.
Designed for contra dancers with some experience. The interesting gimmick is the ladies slide across as the gents turn to reverse the Star.
Properly prompted and properly danced, this quadrille is an elegant use of Grand Square without partner changes. It also uses both “Ladies Chain” and “Right and Left Thru”.
This quadrille by Ted Sannella uses Ladies Chain, Ladies Chain to the right, and Right and Left Thru.
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