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White Heather Foxtrot : Arranger Unknown : Date Unknown

This dance is probably NOT a standard Sequence Dance, and certainly is not the dance of the same name arranged some years later that appears in many script lists. Extremely simple, and popular in Easy Sequence Clubs, it consists of walks and feather steps in four different directions, down line of dance, back against line of dance, in Promenade Position towards center, and Counter Promenade towards wall. A few steps forward and a boxes and squares complete the dance. Based in Scottish Ceilidh Dance perhaps, but almost defies normal rules, may also be useful as an introduction to Foxtrot, and is not too difficult to learn.

A version of this stript (in a non-standard format) appears in the book "Scottish Ceilidh Dancing" by David and May Ewart from 1996. Note that this book may be out of print. The dance of course must pre-date the book, placing the dance at least around twnety years old. If you know of the arranger or the date, please let me know and I'll set the record straight. Since I've only ever seen this danced in a Social context, I haven't indicated any CBMP or other additional information other than the change of holds to Counter Promenade Double Hold and back to Ballroom Hold.

I have it as "Headings Only" and also as a "Full Script", print out whichever suits you best. The "Headings" should be easy to print onto a Standard record card to go into a File Card box. This is a test version of the "Headings" print page, if it doesn't work for you, I'll try to fix it, but I can print it out on two different computers into three different printers. The "Full Script" you can print in different sizes - see Printing Tips for help with this.

Regional Variations

Note:- None Noted.


This dances well to any standard Sequence Foxtrot.

Headings Only *

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