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Square Dance Calls authored by Bob Hall

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  1. Riptide Jay King

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 Jay King  -  page 30


NOTE: A complete dance--From a squared set: Actives make a right hand star to corner, left arm swing and come back to the center to box the gnat. Now pull by and dosado the outsides to a wave. Right arm swing so the actives can go back to the center to star left diagonally across for a right arm swing with the outsides. Actives go back to the center and box the flea, then pull by and See Saw the outsides to a left-hand wave. Now swing by the left, actives return to the center and box the gnat and take the next call (e.g., right-hand star to corner for an Allemande).

Bob Hall mid 1950's

This definition is from The Handbook of Modern Square Dancing by Jay King.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.
06-March-2021 21:13:00
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