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I 'm going to begin with a redowa, because the girls like it, and it 's better fun than square dances.
A basic redowa step contains one long reaching step and two small leap-steps.
His hair is auburn, not red, and he was very polite, and I had a delicious redowa with him."
A related dance is the redowa.
Thomas Hillgrove states that the redowa was introduced to London ballrooms in 1846.
Like most dances currently described as waltzes, the redowa is danced in 3/4 time, with the couple performing a full rotation every six beats.
She showed him her ball book with demure satisfaction when he strolled instead of rushed up to claim her for the next, a glorious polka redowa.
Cellarius (1849) describes a three-part redowa consisting of a pursuit, followed by the style of waltz commonly described as the redowa, and ending with a particular type of valse à deux temps.
Looking much gratified, Tom produced the stump of a lead-pencil, and wrote his name with a flourish, saying, as he gave it back, "Now I 'm going to get Sherry, or some of the fellows that do the redowa well, so you can have a real good go before the music stops."
Maud happened to be playing a redowa up in the parlor, and Polly came prancing into the room so evidently spoiling for a dance that Tom, who was there, found it impossible to resist catching her about the waist, and putting her through the most intricate evolutions till Maud's fingers gave out.