Chicory Twist #3.1

SourceDir: qmlNotman.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Intermediate
djn_Printed: White, 2013-04-25 15:06:38 GMT
Music: Slow + Haste to the Wedding (112)
djn_No_Balance_Contra: Yes
djn_Reentry: Becket
***BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Tango style Promenade Across
    (8)  Ladies Chain
A2: (16) Ladies Gypsy + Neighbor Swing
B1: (8)  Ladies Allemande Right 1.5
    (8)  Half Hey Across (Start partner left)   {1}
B2: (16) Face Partner + Ladies Push + Swing Partner   {2}

CallingNotesPre: Setup= Improper + Circle Left 1/4
{1} Hey is P:L M:R N:L L:R.  End the hey looking at your partner.  
  Everyone should be facing up or down the set, looking squarely at your 
  partner.  Join both hands with your partner.
{2} The ladies walk forward four little steps, pushing their partner up 
  or down along the lines to align with new neighbors across.

The original version of this dance called for a partner gypsy and swing.  
  If the gypsy feels good, then do it.  Otherwise just swing your partner.

NotesOtherPre: Ever_Tried= No,   Needs_Walkthrough= No

Composed to mark the marriage of Kate Power and Andy Shewmon, 
  15.July.2012.  After I wrote it, I found the dance to be fairly similar 
  to "Chicory" by Cary Ravitz - thus the title.  Then I wrote versions #2 
  and #3, each less and less like Cary's "Chicory".  In #3 there's little 
  resemblence left.

While calling C.T. #3, I noticed that one lady consistently got the hey 
  wrong.  This is her version.  Which one is better?