|Dance Name||Author||ECD influences|
|1||Puce Set One||Martha Wild||Pousette|
|2||Catch a Falling Star||Melanie Axel-Lute||Hands across stars, turn single|
|3||Flirtation Reel||Tony Parkes||Hey, gypsy|
|4||Kitch as Kitch Can||Bob Isaacs||Mad robin|
|5||Tapestry||Erik Weberg||A1&A2 from "The Dancing Wife"|
|6||A Good Feeling||Bill Pope||Orbiting from "Fenterlarick"|
|7||Kinematic Vorticity||Carol Ormand||Gating|
|8||Heather's Cookie||Martha Wild||Pousette/hey transition from "Companions"|
|9||Beneficial Triplet||Al Olson||Triplet, derived from "Pat's Tradition"|
|10||Windup Your Neighbor||Me||Draw pousette, two-hand turn|
|11||Yearning for Peace||David Smukler||Adaptation of "Peace be With You"|
|12||Handsome Young Maids||Sue Rosen||"Dublin Bay" figure, cloverleaf turn single|
As earlier in the day we did a Pat Shaw workshop, I decided to do all dances that used elements or pieces of English Country Dancing. I couldn't fit in all the material I wanted to use (having to leave out "Goodman's Fancy" hurt), and really could have expanded this by another hour. Fitting in sufficient swings and courtesy turns was tricky.
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