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Partners take R hands and girl commencing R foot, dances anticlockwise around man with two schottische s t e p s . SWITZERLAND Bars 3-4 C Bars 5-8 A Bars 1-4 B Bars 1-8 FIGURE 3 C Bars 1-2 Bars 3-4 C Bars 5-8 MEITSCHI PUTZ-DI 37 Man r i s e s and couple take four step hops in 1 o d, man with R hand around girl's waist; girl with L hand on man's R shoulder, free hands on hips. Repeat with girl kneeling and man dancing anticlockwise around girl. Repeat introduction. Repeat chorus. Man with arms folded on chest, girl with hands on hips; take one schottische step diagonally forward away from one another followed by one schottische step diagonally forward towards one another, man commencing L foot, girl R.
Repeat Bar 1 swinging girl outwards. Without changing hold take 4 step hops forward in 1 o d turning clockwise (2 complete turns). Repeat Bars 1-4. Repeat B Bars 1-2, partners holding R hands, L hands on hips; man in SWEDEN Bars 3-4 Bars 5-8 A Bars 1-4 Bars 5-8 B Bars 1-2 Bars 3-4 Bars 5i8 C Bars 1-2 Bars 3-4 Bars 5-6 Bars 7-8 A Bars 1-2 Bars 3-4 Bars 5-8 B Bars 1-2 B a r s 3-4 Bars 5-8 SWEDISH SCHOTTISCHE 35 1 o d, girl dancing 1 schottische step diagonally towards centre and one away from centre.
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A Selection of European Folk Dances. Volume 1 by Society for International Folk Dancing (Auth.)