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Aunt Hessie's White Horse

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Aunt Hessie's White Horse

Source: Traditional, South Africa; published in English Dance & Song, Winter-Christmas 1971, Vol. XXXIII No. 4
Formation: Circle Mixer - Men Facing Out, Ladies Facing In

A1 Into Line Siding: Right Shoulder; Left Shoulder
A2 Dosido; Seesaw (Left Shoulder Dosido)
B1 On the Left Diagonal: Swing New Partner

Music:
24 bars.

Notes:
From Mo Waddington: "When we learnt Aunt H's at Manley (nr Chester) in the '80s the caller, Reg Holmes, told us that the hold for the swing was men's hands on partner's waist , ladies' hands on men's shoulders. And bob up and down."

Original page from English Dance & Song, Winter-Christmas 1971

Aunt Hessie's White Horse
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