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1/4 (or 3/4) The Deucey [C3A]
 
 
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1/4 (or 3/4) The Deucey -- [C3A]
   (Cliff Rosser and Ed Foote 1973)
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From Parallel Waves. EN: 10

1/4 The Deucey:

Arm Turn 1/4; Centers Cast Off 1/4 as the Lead End Circulate as the Trailing End 1/2 Circulate; Center Star turn 1/4; those who meet (Center Wave) Cast Off 1/4 as lonesome Center move up (Phantom Hourglass Circulate) to become the End of a Wave. Ends in Parallel Waves. EN: 20

3/4 The Deucey:

Same as 1/4 The Deucey except each of the four 1/4 turns is replaced with a 3/4 turn. EN: 30

before
1/4 The Deucey
 
     
after
Arm Turn 1/4
 after
Centers Arm Turn 1/4
as Lead End Circulate
and Trailing End 1/2 Circulate
 after
Center Star turns 1/4
 after
Center Wave Cast Off 1/4
as lonesome Center
dancer moves up EN: 40

(done)

Notes:
  • As with all Star movements, wait until all four dancers are in the Star before you turning it. EN: 50
  • Those who become a Lead End after the first Arm Turn 1/4 (or 3/4), must do a full Circulate and resist the temptation to Trade with the End of the Center Wave. EN: 60

Variations:

  • Star 1/4, Star 1/2, Star 3/4
  • Don't Turn The Star EN: 70

{i-j-k-l} 1/4 The Deucey [C4]:
From Parallel Waves: 1/4 The Deucey replace the first 1/4 Turn with an i/4 Turn; replace the second 1/4 Turn with a j/4 Turn; replace the third 1/4 Turn (the Star) with a k/4 Turn; and replace the fourth 1/4 Turn with an l/4 Turn. Ends in Parallel Waves or Facing Twin Diamonds. EN: 194

Spin Chain The Star [C4] (Charlie Tilley 1969):
2-3-2-3 1/4 The Deucey. If the caller says 'Turn the Star n/4', do a 2-3-n-3 1/4 The DeuceyEN: 195

CALLERLAB definition for 1/4 (or 3/4) The Deucey

Choreography for 1/4 (or 3/4) The Deucey

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