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Square Dance Calls authored by Del Coolman

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  1. Left Swing Thru Jay King
  2. Sashay Thru vic ceder
  3. Sashay Thru Jay King
  4. Shake The Dice Jay King
 
  1. Swing Thru Jay King
  2. Travel Thru/Left Travel Thru Jay King
  3. Uncouple Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Del Coolman.

 Left Swing Thru
 Jay King  -  page 20
 

Definition:

From waves or Alamo formations: Those who can turn half by the left, then those who can turn half by the right. Finishes in a wave or another Alamo formation. If called for facing pairs, they step forward and do the left arm turn first.

Del Coolman 1963

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

ID: 548
  
  
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 Sashay Thru  -  C4 

Definition:

From Facing Couples (or a Right-Hand Wave).

3/4 Dosado; Centers slide nose-to-nose past each other (Slither).

Ends in a Left-Hand Two-Faced Line.

Comments and Examples:

From Facing Couples, Sashay Thru is equivalent to Veer Right.

If starting from a R-H Wave, finish the 3/4 DoSaDo (to end in a L-H Wave), then Slither.

Del Coolman 1969

Sashay Thru

ID: 9  (handle=897)
  
  
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 Sashay Thru
 Jay King  -  page 170
 

Definition:

From facing couples: Dosado the opposite about 3/4 around. As the centers pass each other right shoulders, they nose to nose sashay (Slither). Finishes in a two faced line.

Del Coolman 1969

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

ID: 2249
  
  
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 Shake The Dice
 Jay King  -  page 14
 

Definition:

From a line, this is now called "Centers Fold."

Del Coolman 1960

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

ID: 422
  
  
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 Swing Thru
 Jay King  -  page 19
 

Definition:

From waves or Alamo formations: Those who can turn half by the right, then those who can turn half by the left. Finishes in a wave or another Alamo formation. If called for facing pairs, they step forward and do the right arm turn first. GENERAL NOTE: If Swing Thru is called when dancers are in a Left-Hand wave, then the centers first turn half by the right (those who can) and the ends and adjacent dancers (neighbors) turn half by the left.

Del Coolman 1963

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

ID: 547
  
  
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 Travel Thru/Left Travel Thru  -  C3A
 Jay King  -  page 250
 

Definition:

From facing pairs: Pass Thru and Cast Right a Quarter into a two faced line (Travel Thru). Pass Thru and Cast Left a Quarter into a two faced line (Left Travel Thru).

COMMENT: Use Pass and Bend Right/Left or call directionally.

Del Coolman 1964

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

Travel Thru

ID: 4756  (handle=1199)
  
  
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 Uncouple
 Jay King  -  page 251
 

Definition:

Version #1

From various formations (like a two couple star): Those designated will release hand holds for the next call. (Del Coolman 1961)

Version #2

From a wave: Release hand holds and step back to form facing couples. (Louis Barthol 1964)

Del Coolman and Louis Barthol 1961-64

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

ID: 4762
  
  
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