|PLUS MOVEMENT LIST NO.2|
|6. PEEL OFF||7. LINEAR CYCLE (from waves only)|
|8. COODINATE||9. (ANYTHING) & SPREAD|
|10. SPIN CHAIN THE GEARS||11. TRACK 2|
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|Starting formation: one couple following another, box circulate or Z formation.
Each lead dancer turns away from the center of the starting formation, walks in a semi-circle and steps forward to become an end dancer of the new line. Meanwhile, each trailing dancer steps forward and does a U turn back, turning away from the center of the starting formation to become the center dancer of the new line. From one couple following another, the ending formation is a line of four; from a Z, the ending formation is a two-faced line; from a box circulate, dancers may have to take one step forward to adjust to a two-faced line.
Styling: Arms should be held in natural dance position and ready to assume appropriate position for the next call. It is important that lead dancers move slightly forward before starting the "peeling" motion.
|Starting formation: Parallel Ocean Waves or Four (4) Dancer Waves to be
either right or left-handed. (For programs other than Plus, allowable formations
include any formation in which the end and adjacent center can single or
partner hinge. This is a three part call.)
Part 1. The ends and adjacent centers hinge. Part 2. Those facing out fold behind those facing in and all dancers will then move forward in a Double Pass Thru action. Part 3. If the hinge is right-handed, peel right; if the hinge is left-handed, peel left to end as facing couples.
From a right-hand hinge, all will pass right shoulders. From a left-hand hinge, all will pass left shoulders.
An added note just for information from beyond the Plus Program -- From any inverted lines or some three in one lines, the passing rule shall prevail. (Not applicable in the Plus Program.)
Styling: Arms in natural dance position. Similar to styling for individual components. Rejoin hands upon completion of move.
|Starting formation: Columns.
All dancers Single File Circulate once and a half. The center six (three adjacent pairs) Trade (turn 180). The very center two dancers release handholds and walk diagonally outward to the end of the forming lines. The two lonesome dancers walk ahead, moving in a quarter circle, to become the other ends of the forming lines.
Stying: The center six dancers (three adjacent pairs) use hands up position for trading action. After the very center two dancers release handholds and move forward, all dancers join hands with a couple handhold. No time allowed for skirt work.
Follow Your Neigbher
|Starting formation: Various.
Movement: This call can be used in three ways:
(1) If only some of the dancers are directed to Spread (e.g., from a static square, Heads Star Thru & Spread), they slide apart sideways to become ends, as the inactive dancers step forward between them.
(2) If the (Anything) call finishes in lines or waves (e.g., Follow Your Neighbor), the centers anticipate the Spread action by sliding apart sideways to become the new ends, while the original ends anticipate the Spread action by moving into the nearest center position.
(3) If the (Anything) call finishes in tandem couples (e.g., Wheel & Deal from a line of four), the lead dancers slide apart sideways, while the trailing dancers step forward between them.
Styling: All dancers blend into the appropriate hand position and styling designated by the formation resulting at the conclusion of the call (e.g., ocean wave styling after the call "Follow Your Neighbor and Spread"). Timing: 2.
|Starting formation - Parallel Ocean Waves.
Each end and the adjacent center dancer turn one-half (180). The new centers of each ocean wave turn three-quarters (270) to form a new ocean wave across the set, as the other four dancers do a U Turn Back (turning in toward the center). The centers of the wave Trade and then release hands with each other. Four dancers on each side of the square now form a four-hand star and turn the star three-quarters, forming a new wave across the set. Centers of this wave Trade momentarily reforming the wave across the set. The two outside pairs of dancers of the center wave now turn three-quarters (270) as the other four dancers turn back (turning away from the center).
Styling: Dancers turning in ocean wave formations use styling as previously described for the basics swing thru and spin chain thru. For star portions of basic, refer to styling as indicated by the basic star right. When turning into the star or out to the wave, use a flowing turn rather than an abrupt about-face. In star patterns, ladies' outside hands may be used to work skirts.
|Starting formation: Completed Double Pass Thru.
The dancers work in "tandem", that is, the trailing dancers follow the lead dancers. Those in the right "track" move single file to the left, counter-clockwise, staying to the inside of the dancers on the left "track", who move single file, clockwise, to the right on the outside. The movement continues as in a Double Pass Thru, until the dancers have reached parallel right-hand ocean waves.
Styling: As dancers are moving simultaneously in opposing directions, it is important for them to provide moving room for one another. Those on the outside must avoid crowding those in the center. All dancers hold arms in natural dance position, blending into a hands up ocean wave formation at the conclusion of the call. Timing: 8
|PLUS LIST NO.1|| 1. Acy Deucy 2. Teacup Chain 3. Pin
Pong Circulate 4. Load The Boat
|PLUS LIST NO.2|| 6. Peel Off 7. Linear Cycle (wave only)
8. Coodinate 9. (Anything) & Spread
10. Spin Chain The Gears 11.Track 2
|PLUS LIST NO.3||12. (Anything) & Roll 13. Follow Your Neighbor 14. Fan The Top 15. Explode The Wave 16. Explode And (Anything)(wave only) 17. Relay The Deucey|
|PLUS LIST NO.4||18.Peel The Top 19. Diamond Circulate 20. Single Circle To A Wave 21. Trade The Wave 22.Flip The Diamond 23. Grand Swing Thru|
|PLUS LIST NO.5||24. Crossfire 25. All 8 Spin The Top 26. Cut
The Diamond 27. Chase Right
28. Dixie Grand 29. 3/4 Tag 30. Spin Chain & Exchange The Gears PLUS-END
|LIST NO.1 (BASIC)|| 1. Dancer Naming 2. Circle Family 3.
Fowerd & Back
4. Do Sa Do 5. Swing 6. Promenade Family (full, 1/2, 3/4)
|LIST NO.2 (BASIC)|| 7. Allemande Family 8. Arm Turns 9.
Right and Left Grand Family
10. Star Family 11. Star Promenade 12. Pass Thru
|LIST NO.3 (BASIC)||13. Split The Outside Couple 14. Half Sashay Family
15. Turn Back Family 16. Separete
17. Courtesy Turn 18. Ladies Chain Family
|LIST NO.4 (BASIC)||19. Do Pa So 20. Lead Right 21. Right And Left
Thru 22. Grand Square 23. Star Thru
24. Circle to a Line
|LIST NO.5 (BASIC)||25. Bend the Line 26. All Around The Corner
27. See Saw
28. Square Thru Family 29. California Twirl 30. Dive Thru
|LIST NO.6 (BASIC)||31. Wheel Around 32. Thar Family 33. Shoot
the Star ( regular, full around )
34. Slip the Clutch 35. Box the Gnat 36. Ocean Wave Family
|LIST NO.7 (BASIC)||37. Alamo Ring Formation 38. Pass The Ocean
39. Extend ( from 1/4 tag only )
40. Swing Thru Family 41. Run Family 42. Trade Family
|LIST NO.8 (BASIC)||43. Wheel And Deal 44. Double Pass Thru 45.
First Go Left/Right Next Go Left/Right
46. Zoom 47. Fluteter Wheel Family 48. Sweep a Quarter
|LIST NO.9 (BASIC)||49. Veer Family 50. Trade By 51. Touch 1/4
52. Circulate Family
53. Ferris Wheel
|LIST NO.10 (MS)||54. Cloverleaf 55. Turn Thru 56. Eight Chain
Thru 57. Pass to the Center
58. Spin the Top
|LIST NO.11 (MS)||59. Centers In 60. Cast Off 3/4 61. Walk &
Dodge 62. Slide Thru
63. Fold Family
|LIST NO.12 (MS)||64. Dixie Style to an Ocean Wave 65. Tag Family
66. Half Tag 67. Scoot Back
68. Hinge Family 69. Recycle