Printer friendly version
 Square Dance Resource Net  (Home)ArticlesCallers and CuersClubsEventsResourcesChoreographyMusicFrequently Asked QuestionsAcademy for Advanced and Challenge Enthusiasts  (AACE)Ceder Chest Definition BooksCeder Square Dance System  (CSDS)Square Rotation Program  (SQROT)Vic Ceder - Square Dance CallerDefinitions of square dance calls and conceptsMore square dance DefinitionsLists of square dance calls and conceptsDigital music informationSquare dance linksBande DéssineesLos Olivos Honey BeesChocolate BarsBeanie BabiesPokémon Trading CardsSend us feedback
More Definitions
 
More Definitions
 

 Spinning Wheel
 Jay King  -  page 225

Definition:
 

Like a Chain The Line One And Two Thirds--i.e. Ends arm turn 3/4, new centers Trade, ends arm turn 3/4, new centers Trade and ends arm turn 3/4.

There was an entire dance routine in the 40's called "Spinning Wheel" written by Jerry Long, Boise, Idaho.

Dick Bayer 1970

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

ID: 4463
  
  
  

 https://www.ceder.net/oldcalls/viewsingle.php?RecordId=4463