Square Dance Resource Net  (Home)ArticlesCallers and CuersClubsEventsResourcesChoreographyRecordsFrequently Asked QuestionsAcademy for Advanced and Challenge Enthusiasts  (AACE)Ceder Chest Definition BooksCeder Square Dance System  (CSDS)Square Rotation Program  (SQROT)Vic Ceder - Square Dance CallerDefinitions of square dance calls and conceptsMore square dance DefinitionsLists of square dance calls and conceptsDigital music informationSquare dance linksBande DéssineesLos Olivos Honey BeesChocolate BarsBeanie BabiesPokémon Trading CardsSend us feedback
 
More Definitions
Query Results - Find by Author
 
 Master Index  |  Feedback  |  administrator     
 Old Calls  |  C4  |  Other 
 Find by -->  Author  |  Handle  |  Definition Text  | Record ID  
 Links to Other Definitions of Old Calls 
 CALLERLAB -->  Basic  |  Mainstream  |  Plus  |  A1  |  A2  |  C1  |  C2  |  C3A 
Find call: 

Square Dance Calls authored by Rickey Holden

Sort by: 
  
3 records

  1. Alamo Style Jay King
  2. Grand Sashay vic ceder
  3. Grand Sashay Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Rickey Holden.

 Alamo Style
 Jay King  -  page 8
 

Definition:
 

A circle of dancers that are facing alternately in and out--all have hands joined (either hands up with palms together or forearm holds). This formation was part of an entire dance: Allemande Left in the Alamo Style, right to partner and balance awhile. Balance in and balance out, turn by the right hand half about, balance out and balance in, turn by the left you're gone again, balance forward and balance back, turn by the right on the inside track, balance out, back to the land, turn by the left do a right and left grand.

Rickey Holden 1949

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

 Grand Sashay
 vic ceder
 

Definition:
 

From a Right And Left Grand Formation (e.g., after Allemande Left).

Dosado, right pull by;
Seesaw, left pull by;
Dosado, right pull by;
Seesaw, left pull by.

Ends in a Right And Left Grand Formation.

Comments and Examples:

Same as Right And Left Grand except that a
Dosado or Seesaw (left-shoulder Dosado)
is inserted before each pull by.

The Burleson's definition says to bow before each pull by.

Rickey Holden 1949

Grand Sashay

 Grand Sashay
 Jay King  -  page 140
 

Definition:
 

From Grand Right and Left formation: Dosado partner, give a right to her and pull by, Seesaw the next, give a left to her and pull by, Dosado the next, etc. until meet partner and all take the next call.

Rickey Holden 1949

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

https://www.ceder.net/oldcalls/view.php?AuthorId=20
06-December-2019 06:26:14
Copyright © 2019 Vic Ceder.  All Rights Reserved.