Celtic Art

SourceDir: 2-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Advanced
Music: 100-114
***REVERSE BECKET ***

A1: (2)  Form a Wave of Four, Men L-L in center, R-R with Partner
    (6)  Three Changes of Hey (M:L N:R L:L) -> Wave of Four (Ladies L-L 
      in center, R-R with partner)
    (2)  Advance to wave with Shadow #1 (Ladies L-L in center and R-R 
      with Shadow #1)
    (6)  Three Changes of Hey (L:L N1:R M:L) -> Wave of Four (Men L-L in 
      center and still R-R with Shadow #1)
A2: (2)  Advance to wave with Shadow #2 (Men L-L in center and R-R with 
  Shadow #2)
    (6)  Three Changes of Hey (M:L N2:R L:L) -> (Ladies L-L in center and 
      R-R with Shadow #2)
    (4)  Shadow #2 Allemande Right 3/4
    (4)  Shadow #1 Allemande Left 1/2
B1: (8)  Partner Right-hand balance + Box the Gnat
    (8)  Partner Swing
B2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Shift Left
    (8)  Pass Through Across & California Twirl

CallingNotes: End Effects = Couples out at start of dance wait as they 
  would in an improper dance.  Couples that go out mid dance immediately 
  change sides with partner (SOMETIMES CHANGING SO AS TO PUT THE LADY ON 
  THE LEFT).  It may help if dancers know that they will be traveling 
  through the heys with opposite sex Neighbor #1.

After the first, slightly shortened 1/2 hey, the wave reads (caller left 
  to right) M1(dn)-F1(up)-F2(dn)-M2(up).

After the second 1/2 hey, the wave reads F2(dn)-SF2(up)-M1(dn)-SM1(up).

After the third 1/2 hey, the wave reads M1(dn)-S'M1(up)-F2(dn)-S'F2

NotesOther: I found the interlocking heys really confusing until I hit on 
  the idea of using the waves as checkpoints.  Ending with a California 
  twirl helps send the man into the center to start the first half hey.

NotesOtherPre: This could be an English Country dance!
  A2 = (8) 1/2 hey
       (8) Shadow RH turn 3/4 + Pass Shadow #1 by left
  B1 = (8) Set 2X to partner
       (8) Gypsy Partner
  B2 = (8) Long Lines Forward & back
       (4) Pass Through Across
       (4) Gypsy Partner 1/2