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Walk Out To A Wave -- [C2]
(Lee Kopman 1976)

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From Columns. EN: 10

 #1 and #2: Trail Off and new Ends (#1) Run; EN: 20 #3: Circulate and U-Turn Back (by turning toward the Center); EN: 30 #4: Circulate and Press Out. EN: 40

Mini-Wave Columns end in Parallel Waves. EN: 50

From R-H Columns:

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From Double Pass Thru:

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From Completed Double Pass Thru:

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Notes:
• Walk Out To A Wave is equivalent to Column Circulate twice; Leads (#1 and #3) Inwardly Roll To A Wave. EN: 60
• Walk Out To A Wave feels like the last part of Spin Chain & Exchange The Gears [Plus]. EN: 70
• We believe that only the #1 and #3 dancers (i.e., the resulting Centers) can Roll. EN: 80

Magic Walk Out To A Wave [C2V]:
From Columns. First 2 Magic Trail Off and new Ends Run as #3 Circulate, Dodge (toward Center of Set), and U-Turn Back (by turning toward Center of Set) as #4 Magic Column Circulate, Column Circulate, Dodge (toward Center of Set) and Veer Out to become Ends of a Wave. Magic Columns end in Parallel Waves. The idea is that everyone follows the #1 dancer within their Magic Column as that dancer does a normal Walk Out To A WaveEN: 895

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Walk Out To A Column [C4] (Lee Kopman 1987):
(not related to Walk Out To A Wave) From Parallel Waves. Trailing Centers Phantom Columns Circulate twice as Trailing Ends Circulate & Fold as Leaders do a Disconnected Single Wheel with each other (to end behind the Trailing Center from their Wave) & Press Ahead to become Centers of Columns. EN: 896

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Choreography for Walk Out To A Wave