9 10 That's It

SourceDir: qmlNotman.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Intermediate-Advanced
djn_Last_Revised: 2015-05-21 13:17:42 GMT
djn_Printed: Salvage, 2000-05-21 13:17:42 GMT
Music: Slow

djn_Reentry: Improper
QT: Improper

A1: (8)  Star Right 1x
    (8)  {Ladies turn 180 CW +} Neighbor Gypsy 1.5
A2: (8)  Long Waves Balance + Box Circulate
    (8)  Partner Swing
B1: (4)  Circle Left 1/2
    (4)  Form Short Waves (men in center) {1}
    (8)  Short Waves Balance & Spin Right {2}
B2: (2)  Partner Allemande Left 1/2
    (8)  Half Hey (Men start Right) {M:R, N:L, L:R, P:L} {3}
    (2)  Men Pass Right
    (4)  Neighbor Allemande Left 1x
    (2)  Advance to Next Neighbors

CallingNotes: {1} Wave is (caller left to right) 
  F1(dn)-M1(up)-M2(dn)-F2(up), men holding left in center, partner in 
  right.  {2} After the spin, ladies are in center, and everyone is 
  holding left hands with partner.  {3} After the half hey, men are again 
  standing right-to-right in center.

Old comment = Callers will likely have to keep calling "Gypsy Your 
  Neighbor", because the ladies will likely overshoot the star.  The men 
  will have fun pulling them into the gypsy <grin>.

An earlier version started with Star R 1x, N gypsy 1x, and the men would 
  turn around before crossing the set.  However the ladies will have some 
  extra time coming out of the 3/4 hey, and they will likely use it to 
  start the star early.  The gypsy 1.5 was an attempt to burn that extra 
  time.

For extra fun, between the circle left 1/2 and the wave, the ladies may 
  spin clockwise onto the end of the wave.  To demo: form reverse Becket, 
  take ladies spot, circle L 1/2 + lady spins CW onto the end of wave.

Variation= Replace circle L 1/2 + form wave with Men Allemande L 1.5 + 
  Ladies orbit CW!