Square Dancing Fundamental: level 1, part 2

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Square Dancing Fundamental: level 1, part 2

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Jan Sadlo, Sr.
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Jack Murtha
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Bob Ruff
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AIMS Instructional Media Services
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Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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[199?]





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Square dancing was inherited from England and France, but what makes Square Dancing truly American is the addition of the Caller. The Caller gives a dance enjoyment by phrasing calls with the music and by calling a variety of movements in interesting combinations. In this film, young dancers illustrate how to dance the movements and the fundamentals of square dancing. Dancers appearing in this films were taught by teachers Diane Baer and Nick Savannah from School District Anaheim, California.
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Square dancing

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Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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Murtha, John P.

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Sadlo, Jan, ǂc Sr.

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Ruff, Bob

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AIMS Instructional Media Services

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Digital video recording

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