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Square Dance Calls authored by Joe Strzelzyck

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  1. Left Slide Across/Slide Across Jay King

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 Left Slide Across/Slide Across
 Jay King  -  page 234


From one dancer facing another: On a Left Slide Across, pass left shoulders and Quarter Left. On a Slide Across, pass right shoulders and Quarter Right. Finishes in a mini wave.

COMMENT: Same movement, three different names. [Ed. note: Mr. King is referring to Left/Right Q, Left Slide Across/Slide Across, and Slip Thru.]

Joe Strzelzyck 1969

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 02:42:22
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