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Re: Society "One-Step" Foxtrot
Posted by terence2
7/20/2017  6:38:00 AM
Forgot to add. I also have dance step lists( AM ) in B. S. and Gold/bar ,from the 50/60s ( the time period in which I worked for AM and much later coached, in some studios )
Re: Society "One-Step" Foxtrot
Posted by socialdancer
7/20/2014  1:20:00 PM
There was an English Old Time dance called Society Foxtrot that was apparently danced in 1945, see this article.

Many of the dances mentioned are still danced today and the steps have been published in various books. So far I have not found one which lists Society Foxtrot, but there is a CD by Harry Davidson which includes the music originally used for the dance.

Of course this may have no relation to the dance your friends are thinking of.
Re: Society "One-Step" Foxtrot
Posted by terence2
8/8/2014  7:00:00 AM

I danced to his Orchestra. several times in that period, but I don't re-call the 1 step being danced. He was noted for old time as it was then called . Lotsa sequence dances .
Re: Society "One-Step" Foxtrot
Posted by Maureen
7/31/2014  9:26:00 PM
Thanks for the info, everyone. I'll follow up your suggestions. MM
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