Technically, I believe the hands for a CA Twirl and Star Thru are the same - 
only difference is which way the dancers are facing.

From: Isaac Banner <>
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2019 1:01:16 PM
To: Tepfer, Seth
Cc: callers
Subject: Re: [Callers] Opposite StarThru and functional difference in LD v Slide

Isn't #1 just a California Twirl (unless we want to debate whether it can only 
be a Cali Twirl if we're using those hands AND they're our outside hands)?

For #2 I'd say there isn't much of a difference aside from suggesting a path on 
the floor to the dancers. LD circle left might feel more crowded as a result.


On Thu, Mar 21, 2019, 9:57 AM Tepfer, Seth via Callers 
<<>> wrote:

Two questions:

1) We have box the gnat (right hand to right hand), swat the flea (left hand to 
left hand), and star thru (Lark/Gent right hand to Lady/Raven left hand). What 
is the name of the opposite of a star thru (Lark/Gent left hand to Lady/Raven 
right hand)?

2) What is the functional difference between slide left circle left 3/4 and on 
the left diagonal circle left 3/4?




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