Let's Roll!

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
QT: Improper

A1: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Ladies Roll Men
    (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Ladies Roll Men {1}
A2: (4)  Men Allemande Left 1/2
    (4)  Partner Allemande Right 3/4 {2}
    (8)  Long Waves Balance + {Reverse} Box Circulate {3}
B1: (16) Long Waves Balance + Ladies Cross; Partner Swing
B2: (8)  Right Diagonal Promenade Across {4}
    (4)  Circle Left 1/2
    (4)  Ladies Trade Places

NotesOther: Double forward progression, then double reverse progression, 
  and an unusual single forward progression at the end!  If anyone is 
  ever crazy enough to try this, it would be best to do so in a Sicilian 
  Circle formation.  Probably too new and too complex to be performed any 
  time soon.  At the very least, the unusual progression at the end is a 
  keeper.  I think it will feel smooth going into the LLFB at the start.  
  Jim's note: At the top of A2, which men allemande left?  Is it the one 
  diagonally across to the left or right?  Answer: the one diagonally to 
  the left (the second same sex neighbor).  Jim: It would be an easy 
  dance to get lost in with some wicked end effects.

CallingNotes: {1} After the second roll, everyone has double progressed.  
  {2} The swing through will leave the men facing in, lady facing out, 
  partner in right hand.  {3} (Reverse) Box Circulate = Men walk across 
  set, while ladies loop to their right to face in.  Result is another 
  set of long waves with lady looking at partner's back, across the set.  
  {4} During the promenade, men will pass left shoulders.  It might be 
  tempting to have the ladies pass right shoulders, but I think that 
  doing so will result in dancers completing the move too soon.  After 
  the diagonal promenade, couples will be facing their original neighbors 
  across the set.