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Square Dance Calls authored by Ralph Kinnane

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  1. Dixie Wheel vic ceder
  2. Dixie Wheel Jay King

This may not be a complete list of all calls authored by Ralph Kinnane.

 Dixie Wheel
 vic ceder


From Single Double Pass Thru formation
(or from Facing Couples, in which case the Belle goes in front).

Centers Right Pull By;
all Left Pull By;
Centers Right Arm Turn full around then Step Thru.

Ends in a Completed Double Pass Thru.

Comments and Examples:

Similar to Dixie Chain except that the trailers (Beaus) do a full 360° turn instead of a final right pull by.

Ralph Kinnane 1960

Dixie Wheel

 Dixie Wheel
 Jay King  -  page 29


From facing couples: Right hand dancers start like a Dixie Chain, giving a right and pulling by, then a left to the next and pull by. Trailing dancers meet with the right forearm to do a full turn around and pull by. Sometimes the outside dancers were directed to turn back and perform the next move with the dancers coming out of the wheel. Sometimes outside dancers remained facing out and when the dancers came out of the wheel they continued single file as in a regular Dixie Chain.

Ralph Kinnane 1960

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 22:13:55
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