Starting formation - Thar Star (stationary or in motion), Wrong Way Thar
(stationary or in motion), Right & Left Grand Circle. TIMING-10
If started from a Thar Star or Wrong Way Thar, any motion is stopped, the handholds forming the center
star are released, and each center dancer and the adjacent outside dancer Arm Turn one-half (180°).
Those now in the middle Star three-quarters (walking forward), while the new outsides move forward
one-quarter around the perimeter of the circle to join hands with the same person again in a stationary
Thar Star or Wrong Way Thar formation.
If started from a Right & Left Grand Circle, everyone turns by the right halfway (180°) with the dancer
they are facing, then completes the call as above (new centers Star left three-quarters, etc.). The ending
formation is a stationary Wrong Way Thar.
From a Right & Left Grand Circle, the command All 8 Left Spin The Top has everyone turn by the left
halfway with the dancer they are facing and complete the call as above, ending in a stationary Thar Star
STYLING: The initial arm turn one half (180°) is a forearm turn. The star portion is performed using
standard star styling utilizing palm star hand positioning. Outside dancers moving forward have hands
in natural dance position, ready to assume appropriate position for the next call. Ladies may use skirt
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