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  • The Castle Walk is a dance originated and made famous by Vernon and Irene Castle in New York in 1912. In this dance, the man continually goes forward and the lady backward. The principal figures in the Castle Walk are the walk forward, walk backward, turning to the right and left, and going in circles.

    April 7, 2011