Diagonal Danger DV #1

SourceDir: 1-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Gene Hubert
Level: Advanced
***PROPER ***

A1: (4)  Ones Allemande Left 3/4 {to diagonal wave} {1}
    (4)  Left Diagonal Wave of Four Balance
    (4)  Neighbor Allemande Right 3/4 {to other diagonal} {2}
    (4)  Right Diagonal Wave of Four Balance
A2: (8)  Swing Person in right hand {3}
    (8)  Ones 2-Hand Turn 1x {4}
B1: (8)  {With original Twos} Lines of Four Down the hall,  ONES Turn as 
  a couple.
    (8)  Return and Hand Cast Off {Twos back up}
B2: (8)  Circle Left 1x {with same neighbors}
    (8)  Circle Right 1x {with same neighbors}

CallingNotes: {1} In the first wave, Man #1 joins right hands with Lady 
  #2 IN ANOTHER SET, while Lady #1 joins right hands with Man #2 IN THE 
  SAME SET.  It may help to tell man #1 at the outset, "Man #1 point to 
  the first lady diagonally to your left.  In a minute, you will be 
  forming a left diagonal wave with that lady."  {2} The second wave 
  contains TWO people from outside your original set.  The middle two are 
  shadows (holding left hands).  The end two are also shadows.  Wave is 
  (top to bottom = callers RIGHT to LEFT) F1(up)-M2(dn)-F4(up)-M3(dn).  
  {3} Lady #1 swings original neighbor.  Man #1 swings a neighbor from 
  another set.  The swing will end with couples off kilter.  Original men 
  are opposite each other.  Man #1 now looks for his partner diagonally 
  to his left.  {4} Man #2 should slide to his right into his original 
  spot while the ones swing.

NotesOther: Rewrote B2.  Also changed ones swing in A2 to a 2-hand turn.  
  This will tend to keep dancers from swinging past the end of the 
  phrase, particularly as the ones will be late joining up for the swing.