Atlanta

To the creators of the Atlanta DistDance--Dave, Robbin, Kimbi, Cis, and Seth--with admiration and affection. From June 2020 to June 2022, the Atlanta DistDance produced a series of online events--contras, English country dances, waltzes, games, and social occasions--to alleviate the isolation of dancers during the pandemic.
Choreography:  Sharon Green, 2022
Time signature:¾
Tune:Waltz for Seth, Dave Marcus, 2021
Formation:Duple Minor Longways

A1-4!st Corners dance quarter-siding by the L-shoulder, then dance R-shoulders round into each other's places.
 5-81st Corners orbit home clockwise while 2nd Corners meet R-shoulder to R-shoulder, turn single L to home.
 9-122nd Corners dance quarter-siding by the L-shoulder, then dance R-shoulders round into each other's places.
 13-162nd Corners orbit home clockwise while 1st Corners meet R-shoulder to R-shoulder, turn single L to home.
   
B11-4Ones Petronella turn to the center line and set. [End facing each other on the center line.]
 5-8Ones Petronella turn into each other's places and set.
 9-12Starting with partner, 3 changes of Rights and Lefts. [All are now progressed, and Ones are improper.]
 13-16Take 2 hands with partner, couples poussette clockwise halfway. [All are back home, with Ones still improper.]
   
B21-4Twos Petronella turn to the center line. and set [End facing each other on the center line.]
 5-8Twos Petronella turn into each other's places and set. [All are now home and improper.]
 9-12Starting with partner, 3 changes of Rights and Lefts. [All are now progressed and improper.]
 13-16Partners cross by the R-shoulder, loop L.
Quarter-siding is a term originated by Wil van den Berg. It is also known as Two Cousins siding. In her dance "The Two Cousins," Wil describes quarter-siding as follows: "One quarter siding: with partner start as in Cecil Sharp siding, curving in to finish right shoulder to right shoulder with partner, men facing in and women out. [Use four steps, close with right foot on the fifth and pause on the sixth.)"