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Coyote Dance of Woodcraft

Enter, in a straight line, from right, with back-trot step, lifting feet backward very fast, and the right foot much higher than the left (4 steps to each measure) q. meas,

(b) Stop, all facing left; repeat (a)

(c)

4 meas.

Face front. The four women remain in place, doing the same

step, but not so much lift to the feet. The Coyote stands in

front of the line and changes his step to:-Limp forward right

( r ) ; close with left (&) ; limp forward right (2) ; close with

left (&) ; limp forward right ( r ) ; close with left (&) ; charge

forward right (2&). Repeat, starting with other foot. The

men, in a straight line from their places, progress forward at

either side of the Coyote 8 meas.

(d) The men stand where this has carried them, and switch to

the back-trot step; while the Coyote returns to position in

front of the women, using any step he likes, as long as it is in

rhythm 8 meas.

(e) Now he repeats (c), followed by the women, until the latter

are again in a straight line with the men 8 meas.

( f ) All now back-trot together in place 4 meas.

(g) All face right, and back-trot off, led by the Coyote 4 meas.

See Also:

Comanche Dance of Zuni

Comanche Dance of Woodcraft

Second Comanche Dance of the Zunis

Rhythm of the Redman

 

 

   

 

 


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Arrow Dance of the Navaho ] Basket Dance of Cochiti ] Basket Dance of Woodcraft ] Bow & Arrow Dance of Jemez ] Bow & Arrow Dance Woodcraft ] Comanche Dance of Woodcraft ] Comanche Dance of Zuni ] 2nd Comanche Dance of Zunis ] Corn Grinding Dance Woodcraft ] Corn Grinding Song of Zuni ] [ Coyote Dance of Woodcraft ] Dance of the Mudheads at Zuni ] Deer Dance of the Navahos ] Deer Dance of San Juan ] Dog Dance of San Juan ] Dog Dance of Woodcraft ] Doll Dance ] Eagle Dance of Tesuque ] Eagle Dance of Woodcraft ] Green Corn of Santo Domingo ] Harvest Dance of Zuni ] Hoop Dance of Taos ] Hoop Dance of Woodcraft ] Hopi Snake Dance ] Mountain Chant of the Navaho ] Pipe Dance of San Juan ] Rain Dance of Zuni ] Yei-Be-Chi ]

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