1. It really has to be called mirror star thru (left star thru was the older term). “Twirl to swap” is worse than wrong in this case because you are neither twirling nor swapping. Slide thru is generally the same move, but differs first because it can be done by two people dancing the same role, and second because it has a quite different result in such a case.
2. Totally different moves in floor pattern, flow, base clarity, and mathematically on the result. If I am facing across the set and slide sideways one couple then circle left 3/4 we end facing up and down. Clear. If I am facing across and circle on the diagonal 3/4 we end facing diagonally, halfway between up and down and across. This “clearly” is wrong, so I have to guess where the real end point is—which in fact probably is not at 3/4, although that COULD be the right answer, too. NOT clear at all. Which is better depends entirely on what comes before/after, as well as the style of your music and the dance itself. Neal Schlein On Mon, Mar 25, 2019 at 12:55 AM jim saxe via Callers < email@example.com> wrote: > On Mar 24, 2019, at 9:52 PM, I wrote: > > > > The term "Left Star Thru" was indeed sometimes used in to refer to a > varian of Star Thru using the gent's right hand and lady's left. > > Ooops. Of course, I meant to say "... a variant of Star Thru using the > gent's _left_ hand and lady's _right_. > > --Jim > > > _______________________________________________ > List Name: Callers mailing list > List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net > Archives: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/ > -- Neal Schlein Librarian, Eaton Public Library
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