This Quadrille has an unusual action of Balancing in a Thar formation.
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 Jack Murtha uses “Grand Square Six Steps”.
This quadrille by Ken Kernen uses “Grand Square” along with a partner change.
This quadrille by Tony Parkes uses Ladies Star with arm turns and Dosado.
This quadrille by Ted Sannella uses Ladies Chain, Ladies Chain to the right, and Right and Left Thru.
This quadrille by Calvin Campbell is a shortened version of DoSaDo and Face the Sides.
This quadrille by Jerry Helt uses “Right and Left Thru” and “Ladies Chain”.
This quadrille by Don Armstrong uses “Men roll out and Promenade Half”, and “Four Ladies Chain”.
This quadrille by Jack Murtha uses Ladies Chain one quarter.
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