Visiting Couple square dance featuring two three-hand Stars and one four-hand Star.
Mescolanza by Calvin Campbell with a sequence of five Stars using alternating hands.
Traditional Irish Mescolanza with choreography similar to Dumbarton Drums.
Mescolanza by Les Hinkel for Party events.
These singing breaks and figures use the Group C calls plus Stars.
This double progression contra by Mitch Pingle has “With the new lady on the right and Half Promenade”.
A contra by Gene Hubert for experienced community dancers.
This mixer features two couple circles and scatter promenade. The original uses Right and Left Thru but there is a simpler option.
There a several quick changes in direction so it requires a good focus and quick reaction time.
Here are some ideas for freestyle patter calling to facing trios.
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