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White City Waltz : Unknown : Unknown

This is a popular Waltz, containing Old Time elements but danced to a Modern Slow waltz tempo. I've not been able to find the name of the original Arranger, nor the date it was first written. The style (four bars LOD followed by four bars ALOD and including separations) places the dance into the 1950's time span, a sort of hybrid dance like the Emmerdale Waltz maybe?

If you know who arranged this dance, and when, please e-mail me to give credit where credit is due. The script and headings I'm showing were prepared from sight (seeing and dancing it) and some notes from my notebook and the internet, translated into as near a format to standard as I can manage. If you know this dance, please check the script for errors and again e-mail me with any corrections or variations I've misssed.

I have it as "Headings Only" and also as a "Full Script", print out whichever suits you best.

The "Headings" should hopefully print onto a Standard record card to go into a File Card box, but this is a test page at present to print onto 5x7 in cards (10x15) and again needs proving. Center your file cards in the printer feed tray and it should print out allright. You can also use A4 card and cut to size, but this means you won't get more than two cards out of an A4 sheet.

The "Full Script" you can print in different sizes - see Printing Tips for help with this.

Regional Variations

Note:- None noted so far.

Headings Only

Full Script

Short Demonstration - Click START Button in cente of Picture - Three Sequences
Danced by Bill and Sandra, Alexandria's Dance.

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Abbreviations used in the scripts can be seen HERE

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