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Cross Roll To A Wave | Line [C1]
  
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Cross Roll To A Wave | Line -- [C1]
   (Chuck Peel 1971)
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From any Line of 4.

Centers Cross Run as Ends Run.

A Two-Faced Line ends in a Wave and vice-versa.

From a R-H Two-Faced Line:
 

   
before
Cross Roll To A Wave
  half-way  after

From a One-Faced Line:
 

 
before
Cross Roll To A Line
 after

Notes:

  • According to the CALLERLAB definitions, the Centers pass outside of the Ends as they Cross Run.
  • Cross Roll To A Line | Wave is almost always called from a Two-Faced Line.
  • From a R-H Two-Faced Line, Cross Roll To A Wave feels like a Turn & Deal and Step To A Wave.
  • The caller usually says Cross Roll To A Wave when the ending formation is a Wave, and Cross Roll To A Line otherwise.
  • Everybody moves toward the Center of the Line.

Switch The Line [C1] (Roger Chapman 1969): From any Line of 4. Centers Run as Ends Cross Run. A Wave ends in a Two-Faced Line and vice-versa.

Run Wild [C4] (Tim Ploch): From any Line of 4. Cross Roll To A Line twice.

CALLERLAB definition for Cross Roll to a Wave/Line

Choreography for Cross Roll To A Wave | Line

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