There's no need to be clever writing this review. It's just a dead-simple way to teach a hey, with great transitions and low piece count. Start in a line you've spent the entire A1 defining. And start with your neighbor, so at least sometimes you'll have experience to show you the way. End where you started. You've got sixteen beats of slack in the B1 to go find your neighbor out of that hey. And even the B2 is forgiving.
By the way, did you notice the poor twos never get to touch their partner?
Instructions for this dance can be found
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