Definitions of Square Dance Calls and Concepts

From an applicable T-Bone 2 x 2, or other applicable formations.

1. Those who can (those facing, or those in a R-H Mini-Wave)
Right Pull By and turn 1/4 to face the inactive dancers;
2. Left Swing Thru;
3. Left Turn Thru.

Ends in Back-to-Back Couples.

 beforeSplit Square Chain Thru after those who canRight Pull By andturn 1/4 to face the inactives afterLeft Swing Thru afterLeft Turn Thru (done)

Notes:
• From a Squared Set, the designated dancers move into the middle, start the call, and finish with the inactive dancers.
• Callers sometimes use helper words such as 'Start A' or 'Begin A' when calling Split Square Chain Thru (e.g., Heads Start A Split Square Chain Thru). Technically, these extra words are not required. (Heads Split Square Chain Thru is sufficient).

Split Square Thru (n) [A1] (Clarence Watson 1968): From an applicable T-Bone 2 x 2, or other applicable formations. Those who can Right Pull By and turn 1/4 to face the inactives (1/4 In); all Finish a Square Thru n (i.e., Left Square Thru n - 1). Ends in Back-to-Back Couples.

Square Chain Thru [A1] (Buford Evans 1965): From Facing Couples (or a R-H Wave). Right Pull By and 1/4 In; Left Swing Thru; Left Turn Thru. Ends in Back-to-Back Couples.

Split [Square Thru] Concept [C1]: From a T-Bone setup. Those facing (or those in a R-H Mini-Wave) Right Pull By and turn 1/4 to face the inactive dancers; all Finish the given call. For example, Split Dixie Style To A Wave: those who can Right Pull By and turn 1/4 to face the inactives; all Left Touch 1/4.

Grand Split Square Chain Thru [C4]: From an applicable T-Bone setup (e.g., from Facing Lines after the left-side Couple does a 1/4 In). Those facing (or those in a R-H Mini-Wave) Right Pull By and individually turn 1/4 to face the inactive dancers; all Grand Left Swing Thru; Left Turn Thru.

Split Square Chain Thru To A Wave [C1]: Split Square Chain Thru, but replace the final Left Turn Thru with a Left Arm Turn 1/2. Ends in a L-H Wave.