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 Grand Rotary Tag
 Jay King  -  page 60

Definition:

Heads Part: Rotary Tag (right) to a wave (arm turn opposite half by the right and the men arm turn 3/4 by the left and spread so the ladies can tag thru the men and then run right into a wave) then step thru and walk out to face out at the side positions. Roll apart from each other 3/4 around to face, then Star Thru and California Twirl and promenade to the right 1/4 where they do a 3/4 right face Wheel Around to end facing in. Sides Part: Do a "spot" roll apart from each other 3/4 around to face one another, then Star Thru and California Twirl, then promenade to the right one quarter then do a 3/4 right face Wheel Around to face in at the head position. Do a Rotary Tag (right) to a wave then step thru and walk out to the side position. All do the above routine twice. The second time through, when the sides reach home they will roll apart from each other to face, then Star Thru and California Twirl to end facing in.

Emanuel Duming 1974

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

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