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Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
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Right And Left Thru [Basic]
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From Facing Couples (or R-H Mini-Wave). Z formace Facing Couples (nebo R-H Mini-Wave).

  1. Right-Hand Pull By (shake right hands and walk by each other to end back-to-back); Right-Hand Pull By (podejte si ruce, zatáhněte a projděte tak, abyste skončili zády k sobě);
  2. Courtesy Turn.

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Right And Left Thru

Right And Left Thru
Right-Hand Pull By
Courtesy Turn

Notes: Kommentarer: Poznámky:
  • Blend the two parts into one smooth movement. As you do the Right Pull By, place your left-hand in front and your right-hand behind, to join appropriate hands for the Courtesy Turn. Spojte obě dvě části do jednoho plynulého pohybu. Zatímco budete dělat Right Pull By, dejte před sebe svou levou ruku a pravou za sebe, abyste navázali Courtesy Turn.

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