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Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
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Diagonal Column | Line | Wave Concept -- [C4]
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A Diagonal Column | Line | Wave is a Distorted Column | Line | Wave in which the facing directions of the dancers are off by 45° relative to the Column | Line | Wave (i.e., if everybody individually turned 45° to the Right or Left, then they would be in the named formation). For example, from a Butterfly formation, there are two Diagonal Columns or two Diagonal Lines | Waves.

Diagonal Column:

Härifrån...  Think of working here... or here.
These are (Twin) Diagonal Columns. You can work in
a single Column or in Twin Columns depending upon the call.

Diagonal Column Dixie Style To A Wave:

Diagonal Column Dixie Style To A Wave
Centers Right Pull By
Left Touch 1/4

Diagonal Line | Wave:

Härifrån...  Think of working here... or here.

Normally, calls done within a Diagonal Column|Line|Wave start and end on the four footprints of the Diagonal Column|Line|Wave. Occasionally, from a Butterfly, the caller may give a call which rotates the Diagonal by 90° (such as Diagonal Wave Lockit or Diagonal Wave Spin The Top). In this case, the dancers end in the footprints of the other 1x4.

Diagonal Wave Spin The Top:

Diagonal Wave Spin The Top
Diagonal Wave Swing
Diagonal Wave Fan The Top

From Interlocked Blocks
you have Diagonal Lines of 3...
 Think of working here.

These are (Parallel) Diagonal Lines. You can work in
a single Line or in Parallel Lines depending upon the call.

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17-May-2021 12:33:14
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