Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
 
Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts
 
 
From a Generalized Tandem (i.e., Front-to-Back Dancers, Back-to-Back Dancers, or Facing Dancers).

Right Roll To A Wave:
As one movement, Leaders Right-face U-Turn Back and all Step To A Right-Hand Mini-Wave.

Left Roll To A Wave:
As one movement, Leaders Left-face U-Turn Back and all Step To A Left-Hand Mini-Wave.

Right Roll To A Wave
 
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Right Roll To A Wave
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Right Roll To A Wave
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Right Roll To A Wave
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Left Roll To A Wave
 
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Left Roll To A Wave
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Left Roll To A Wave
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Left Roll To A Wave
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Notes:

Right Roll To A Wave 3 Times:

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Right Roll To A Wave 3 Times
 
   
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Teamwork is required to successfully dance Right Roll To A Wave 3 Times.
  1. Do the first instance of the call;
  2. Verify that the resulting formation is 'reasonable' (properly aligned, symmetric, and dancers appear to be in the correct position);
  3. Re-evaluate your position within the new formation (determine who you will work with next, and whether you're a Leader or Trailer);
  4. Do the second instance of the call;
  5. Verify that the resulting formation is 'reasonable';
  6. Re-evaluate your position;
  7. Do the third (and final) instance of the call.

Latch On (fraction) [C3A] (Lee Kopman 1975): From a Generalized Tandem. Right Roll to a Wave, Arm Turn 1/4 (or the designated fraction). Ends in a R-H Mini-Wave. This is a 2-part call.

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