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|Summary||Barry Clasper (firstname.lastname@example.org)||2020-04-28||
There have always been pockets of people who find themselves unable to assemble a whole square, or sometimes even another couple, but who want to dance anyway. The COVID-19 pandemic turned the whole square dance population into such people. This article provides a collection of recordings specifically aimed at people dancing by themselves. Some are in the form of a “virtual dance” where you can see other couples dancing along with you in their living rooms. Some are more in form of a demo couple showing you the moves.
Click on the item heading to go to the recording. Some are video, others both audio and video.
- Buddy Weaver One-Couple Dancing
- Buddy Weaver has recorded several tips specifically choreographed for a single couple. The tips progress in difficulty with Part I being the easiest. All tips have an audio recording, and some have a video recording as well.
- Mike Dusoe Virtual Dances
- Mike Dusoe has hosted a number of virtual square dances over Zoom. He often has guest callers as well. The video screen shows a number of windows, each containing a couple (or a single) dancing the material in their own home. This page is an index to those dances.
- Dancing In The Garage Series
- Specifically designed for two person Square Dancing, the “Dancing in the Garage Series” is created by Bob and Dorothy Simpson and Darby Love from Vancouver Island. These are presented as dance along fun-shops and tutorials. There are currently almost 100 videos available.
- Mike Seastrom Connects With His Class via Zoom
- During the pandemic Mike wanted to keep in touch with his dancers, so he called some dancing they could do in their own living rooms.
- Darren Gallina Zoom Dances
- Darren Gallina has posted several “Zoom” dances to his YouTube channel during the pandemic. Called by Darren and a variety of other callers.