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Turn Thru [Mainstream]
 
 
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Turn Thru -- [Mainstream]
   (Wayne Moyers 1964)
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From Facing Dancers or a R-H Mini-Wave.

Right Arm Turn 1/2 then (drop hands) and Step Thru.

Ends in Back-to-Back Dancers.

Notes:

  • Be sure to end back-to-back. Although the next call is often an Allemande Left, it is important to remember that you end back-to-back with the person with whom you did the Turn Thru.
  • Turn Thru is always a right-handed move. If the caller wants dancers to use the left hand instead, the correct term is Left Turn Thru.

Contrast TURN THRU from 'alamo ring' versus TURN YOUR PARTNER RIGHT.

CALLERLAB definition for Turn Thru

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