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 Hang A Right (Left)  --  [C4]
 Jack Lasry  -  February 1978


From a completed double pass thru formation the lead couple goes right and does a couples circulate, the second or trailing couple goes right and stops forming a two face line....Easy to teach and easily learned.....You could say call it directional but I have never heard that action called before......The name is catchy also.......To HANG A LEFT, the lead couple goes left and circulates as the trailing couple goes left [sic: should be right] and stops forming the left handed two face line...

This definition is from Square Dance Callers Notes by Jack Lasry.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

Hang A (Right|Left)

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