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Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
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Allemande Left [Basic]
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Face your Corner (if you aren't already facing). Join left forearms (hold the forearm of the other dancer's left arm with your left hand). Holding arms, walk forward around the other dancer about 1/2 way, then drop hands and step forward to face your Partner. EN: 10

At completion of an Allemande Left you are facing your Partner, and somewhat back-to-back with your Corner. EN: 20

Also known as Left AllemandeEN: 30

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CALLERLAB definition for Allemande Left

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