The Honeymoon Parade is a Two-Step sequence dance composed by Charles J. Daniels in 1923.
The original description has been lost, but A. J. Latimer provides an "Authentic Replica of Original Description" in his Second Bouquet of Old Time Dances in 1950.
Waltz position, Lead facing LOD.
Part I - Back the Follow and Point (4 bars): Back the Follow four steps (1, 2, 3, 4), and point left foot forward (5) and backward (7).
Part II - Back the Follow and Side Steps (4 bars): Back the Follow four steps (1, 2, 3, 4), turning to face outside wall on the fourth step, then step side (5), close (6), side (7), close (8) along LOD.
Part III - Four Points (4 bars): Point left foot to side along LOD (1), and close to right foot (2), then point right foot to side against LOD (3), and close to left foot (4). Then point left foot forward (5) and backward (7).
Part IV - Two-Step (4 bars): Two full turns of Two-Step (1-and-2, 3-and-4, 5-and-6, 7-and-8).
Repeat from the beginning.
Two-Step music at 112 bpm.
© 2018 Nick Enge
For more, including descriptions of 25 different waltzes and hundreds of variations thereof, see Waltzing: A Manual for Dancing and Living a book by Richard Powers and Nick Enge.
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