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Square Dance Calls authored by Sparky Carlton

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  1. Roll By Jay King

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 Roll By
 Jay King  -  page 239


Version #1

From two dancers facing: Pass right shoulders then solo left face turn to face the other dancer. Finishes with two dancers facing (Equivalent to Pass Thru then U-turn back). (Ross Crispino 1964)

Version #2

From Trade By formation: Those facing in do a Pass Thru while those facing out roll right to form a wave with the ones who did the Pass Thru. Finishes in parallel waves. (Chuck Peel 1972)

Version #3

From facing pairs: Rollaway, then the right hand person (Belle) passes right shoulders with other Belle to stand beside the opposite Beau. Finishes in a box formation. (Sparky Carlton 1975)

Ross Crispino and Chuck Peel and Sparky Carlton 1964-1975

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
09-March-2021 02:00:22
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