From waves: All Circulate, the centers of each wave Cast Off 3/4 while the ends Circulate 1/2, to create
a star between two mini-waves. The star turns half, while those in the mini-waves Trade. Those who meet
Cast Off 3/4, while the others move up (as in Hourglass Circulate) to become the ends of parallel waves.
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From parallel waves: Ends circulate once and a half. Centers circulate once and arm turn 3/4. In the six-hand wave, ends and adjacent dancers arm turn half as the center four star half. Inside four in the six-hand wave now arm turn 3/4 as the others circulate half to the ends of new parallel waves. Finishes in parallel waves.