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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. EN: 10

Right Arm Turn 1/2 then (drop hands) and Step Thru. EN: 20

Ends in Back-to-Back Dancers. EN: 30

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. EN: 40
  • 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 ThruEN: 50

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

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