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* [[Traditional square dance]], which is also called "old time square dance". Traditional square dance is not standardized and can be subdivided into regional styles. The [[New England]] and [[Appalachia]]n styles have been particularly well documented; both have survived to the present time. There are several other styles; some have survived or been revived in recent years, some have not. Traditional square dance is frequently presented in alternation with [[contra dance]]s (particularly in revival groups) or with some form of freestyle couple dancing (at surviving local events). One ancestor of New England style square dances is the [[quadrille]], and older New England callers occasionally refer to their squares as “quadrilles.” Where traditional square dance has been revived, it encompasses a wide range of new choreography.
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* [[Traditional square dance]], which is also called "old time square dance". Traditional square dance is not standardized and can be subdivided into regional styles. The [[New England]] and [[Appalachia]]n styles have been particularly well documented; both have survived to the present time. There are several other styles; some have survived or been revived in recent years, some have not. Traditional square dance is frequently presented in alternation with [[contra dance]]s (particularly in revival groups) or with some form of freestyle couple dancing ugugfkhdhh
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(at surviving local events). One ancestor of New England style square dances is the [[quadrille]], and older New England callers occasionally refer to their squares as “quadrilles.” Where traditional square dance has been revived, it encompasses a wide range of new choreography.
 
* [[Modern Western square dance]] (MWSD), which is also called "Western square dance", "contemporary Western square dance", or "modern American square dance". Modern Western square dance evolved from the Western style of traditional square dance from about 1940 to 1960. Traditional Western square dancing was promoted beginning in the 1930s by [[Lloyd Shaw (educator)|Lloyd Shaw]], who solicited definitions from callers across the country in order to preserve that dance form and make it available to other teachers. Since the 1970s modern Western square dance has been promoted and standardized by [[Callerlab]], the "International Association of Square Dance Callers". Because of this standardization, it is possible for anyone with the proper training to enjoy modern Western square dancing in many countries around the world; although instruction is typically given in the local language, the calls are always in English. Modern Western square dance is sometimes presented in alternation with [[round dance]]s.
 
* [[Modern Western square dance]] (MWSD), which is also called "Western square dance", "contemporary Western square dance", or "modern American square dance". Modern Western square dance evolved from the Western style of traditional square dance from about 1940 to 1960. Traditional Western square dancing was promoted beginning in the 1930s by [[Lloyd Shaw (educator)|Lloyd Shaw]], who solicited definitions from callers across the country in order to preserve that dance form and make it available to other teachers. Since the 1970s modern Western square dance has been promoted and standardized by [[Callerlab]], the "International Association of Square Dance Callers". Because of this standardization, it is possible for anyone with the proper training to enjoy modern Western square dancing in many countries around the world; although instruction is typically given in the local language, the calls are always in English. Modern Western square dance is sometimes presented in alternation with [[round dance]]s.
   
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