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Saalbach, Zell am See, Ramseiden bei Saalfelden, Austria

Starting position

Dancers form a single circle, holding hands around the Maypole, arms bent at the elbows, hands up. As music begins, dancers bow/curtsy, then walk in time to the music, swinging leg slightly before stepping. This same step is used throughout the dance until the waltz begins. When men have a hand free, it should be placed on the Traeger. When women have a hand free, it should be placed on the hip. Both men and women step with the left foot first at the beginning of each sequence.

Steps

Step-swing, waltz.

Pattern Circle left (8 bars)

Circle left, starting with left foot, facing in, hands up

Pattern: Circle right (8 bars)

Circle right, facing in, hands up

Pattern: Right-and-left grand (Forearm grasp) (16bars)

Ladies move CW around circle; men move CCW.) Grasp right forearm of your partner and walk past, using 2 measures of music. Using left hands, repeat with next partner. Continue around the circle, repeating the figure with each partner, alternating hands each time, for a total of 8 times. (Unless there are exactly eight couples in the circle, you will pass your original partner.)

Pattern: Lady turns under raised arms (32 bars)

Couple joins and lifts right hands. Lady turns under their upraised arms, to man's right, using 4 measures of music to advance to next partner. With next partner, they join left hands and woman turns under their upraised arms to the man's left side. Repeat around the circle, alternating hands each time, for a total of 8 times.

Pattern: Circle partner with elbows linked (48 bars)

Link right arms with your partner and, using 6 measures of music, walk CW around each other and on to the next partner. Repeat with next partner, using left arms and walking CCW. Continue around the circle, alternating right and left arms, for a total of 8 times.

Pattern: Men circle left (8 bars)

Women move backward a few steps and step-swing in place, hands on hips. Men circle left (CW), holding hands around the maypole.

Pattern: Men circle right (8 bars)

Women continue in place; men circle right (CCW) around the maypole.

Pattern: Women circle left (8 bars)

Men move backward a few steps and step-swing in place, hands on Traeger. Women use 2 measure of music to get to the maypole, then circle left (CW), holding hands around the maypole.

Pattern: Women circle right (8 bars)

Men continue in place; women circle right (CCW) around the maypole.

Pattern: Basket hold (men's hands in front); circle left (8 bars)

Men move in to center, form circle behind the women, standing to the left of their partner in the space between the women (whose hands stay joined in their circle), then lift their joined hands over the women's heads and down in front ("front basket hold") to form an intertwined circle. Circle left.

Pattern: Basket hold; circle right (8 bars)

Using same hold, circle right.

Pattern: Basket hold (women's hands in front); circle left (8 bars)

Men lift their joined hands over the women's heads and down; women lift their joined hands over the men's heads in front, to form an intertwined circle. Circle left.

Pattern: Basket hold; circle right (8 bars)

Using same hold, circle right.

Pattern: Two circles (8 bars)

Lift clasped hands to form two independent circles, women in center circle, men in outer circle. Ladies circle right (CCW) while men circle left (CW).

Pattern: Reverse two circles (8 bars)

Ladies circle left (CW) while men circle right (CCW).

Pattern: Men's shoulder circle left (8 bars)

Women move backward a few steps and step-swing in place, hands on hips. Men face CW around maypole, place right hand on shoulder of man in front of you, left hand on Traeger. Circle left.

Pattern: Men's shoulder circle right (8 bars)

Men reverse direction to face CCW around maypole, place left hand on shoulder of man in front of you, right hand on Traeger. Circle right.

Pattern: Women's shoulder circle left (8 bars)

Men move backward a few steps and step-swing in place, hands on hips. Women move into center, face CW around maypole, place right hand on shoulder of woman in front of you, left hand on hip. Circle left.

Pattern: Women's shoulder circle right (8 bars)

Women reverse direction to face CCW around maypole, place left hand on shoulder of woman in front of you, right hand on hip. Circle right.

Pattern: Double shoulder circle left (8 bars)

Women reverse direction, right hand on shoulder of woman in front of you, left hand on hip. Men move to outside of women's circle, placing their right hands on their partner's left shoulder. Circle left (CW).

Pattern: Double shoulder circle right (8 bars)

Women reverse direction to face CCW, left hand on shoulder of woman in front of you, right hand on hip. Men place their left hands on their partner's right shoulder. Circle right (CCW).

Pattern: Waltz (8 bars)

Waltz with your current partner CCW around the circle.

Pattern: Ribbon winding (as many bars as desired)

Stop waltzing. Men walk to maypole and bring back two ribbons. The ribbons may be multicolored, or may alternate blue and white. Get two that are next to each other. If the ribbons are blue and white, give the white one to the woman. When the "ribbon winding" music begins, wind the ribbons, using a running waltz step. Couples are facing each other around the circle, and both start to their own right (women CW to the inside of the circle, men CCW to the outside), then alternate, weaving right and left around oncoming dancers. Ribbons should be raised and lowered in unison during each 4-measure sequence, and each dancer should pass the oncoming dancer at the same time.

Pattern: Waltz

When winding music ends or ribbons are fully wound around maypole, stop, drop ribbon, and waltz with nearest partner until music ends.

Source

Music

Video

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