Unknown 2014-10-16.004 DV #1

SourceDir: 2014-CCDW.txt
Author1: Gary Roodman
Author2: Dave Notman
Music: Slip Jig, W.H. Meyers(sp?)
***PROPER ***

A1: (6)  Link {1}
    (6)  Neighbor Allemande Right 1/2
    (3)  LADIES Cross {passing right}
    (3)  Men Cross {passing right, all face PARTNER}
    (6)  Two Changes of Circular Hey {no hands, P:R N:L}
A2: (6)  Role Reversed Link {2}
    (6)  Neighbor Allemande LEFT 1/2
    (3)  MEN Cross {passing LEFT}
    (3)  LADIES Cross {passing LEFT, then face Neighbor}
    (6)  Two Changes of Circular Hey {no hands, P:R N:L + First Corners 
      Turn CCW 90 to face out}
B1: (3)  {with Neighbor} lead away
    (3)  return
    (3)  Pass Through Across
    (3)  Turn Single Right {= U-Turn}
    (9)  Star LEFT 1x
    (3)  Turn Single RIGHT {Starts...}
B2: (3)  ... continue Turn Single
    (9)  1/2 Poussette CW {men push}
    (6)  {Same Four} Circle Left 1/2 {-> All Home}
    (6)  Ones Cast Down & Twos Move Up {the middle}

CallingNotes: {1} Net effect of "Link" is that you move into your 
  opposite sex neighbor's spot.  Link = men cast CW go up or down one 
  place while ladies gypsy (Jacqui actually said turn single) right 3/4.  
  {2} Having finished the 1/2 circ hey passing up or down, dancers are 
  better positioned for the ladies to cast CCW up or down.  Meanwhile the 
  men gypsy LEFT 3/4.  In this variation the dance flows better, and A2 
  is closer to a mirror image of A1.  A2 could be made a complete mirror 
  image of A1 if the second circular hey were to start passing by the 
  left.

In my variation, the sex that does NOT do the 3/4 gypsy during the "link" 
  is the one to cross first, which is the reverse of Jacqui's rule.  I 
  also reversed the direction of the star/turn single sequence.

Dancers should be home at the end of A1 and A2.

Timing in B1/B2 was an inspired guess.  Jacqui noted that "There isn't a 
  lot of time for the hands-across, but at the end, right before the end 
  of the music you can turn single."  On the other hand, she later said 
  that the Poussette lasted 12 counts - 6 out and 6 back, which would put 
  the entire Turn Single in B1.  I also reversed the direction of the 
  poussette on the theory that the men have more mass, so they will 
  benefit from the easy transition into the poussette, and it flows 
  better into the CL that follows.

I think my variation flows much better, but it be that it FLOWS TOO 
  WELL.  Maybe those awkward transitions were needed to slow the dancers 
  down!

NotesOther: Name was like Catcher's?? Caper??