Spin to a Wave

SourceDir: 3-DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Dave Notman
Level: Intermediate-Advanced

***REVERSE BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Balance-the-Ring + Spin to a Wave {1}
    (8)  Wave of Four Balance + Swing Through (N:R, M:L) {2}
A2: (16) Partner Gypsy & Swing
B1: (8)  Circle Left 3/4 + Pass Through Up or Down
    (8)  {New} Neighbor Swing
B2: (8)  Ladies Chain
    (8)  Pass Through Across + California Twirl

CallingNotes: {1} Gents spin 1/2 CW diagonally out.  Ladies spin CW 
  across and catch left hands.  Resulting wave is (caller left to right) 
  M1(dn)-F2(up)-F1(dn)-M2(up).  Neighbor is in right hand, ladies have 
  left hands in the center.  {2} Swing Through = Neighbor Allemande Right 
  1/2 + Men Allemande Left 1/2.

NotesOther: I thought I might teach the spin-to-a-wave by having dancers 
  form the wave another way, and then telling them to go back home and 
  spin to the same wave.  Turns out that you can get to the same wave 
  more conventionally with CL 3/4 + step to a wave.