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Dixie Grand -- [Plus]
   (Bill Castner 1957)
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From applicable formations.

  1. Those who can Right Pull By;
  2. all Left Pull By;
  3. All Right Pull By.

Ends in a Facing Circle (e.g., from a Squared Set after "Face Your Corner").

From Starting Double Pass Thru:
 

     
before
Dixie Grand
 after
Center Right Pull By
 after
Left Pull By
 after
Right Pull By
(done)

From Eight Chain Thru:
 

     
before
Dixie Grand
 after
All Right Pull By
 after
Left Pull By
 after
Right Pull By
(done)

From Completed Double Pass Thru:
 

     
before
Dixie Grand
 after
Ends Right Pull By
 after
Left Pull By
 after
Right Pull By
(done)

From Magic Columns:
 

     
before
Dixie Grand
 after
Those Facing Right Pull By
 after
Left Pull By
 after
Right Pull By
(done)

Notes:

  • As this call progresses, the formation evolves into a Circle ("O") formation.
  • Dixie Grand is usually followed an Allemande Left, however this is not always the case. Do not automatically assume an Allemande Left.
  • "Dixie" means those who can right pull by; then all do something with the left hand. For example, a Dixie Style To A Wave is a (Those Who Can, or Belles) Right Pull By then All Left Touch 1/4.

Split Dixie Grand [C1V]: Those who can Right Pull By and turn 1/4 to face the inactive dancers; all Left Pull By; all Right Pull By. As this call progresses, the formation evolves into a Circle ("O") formation.

CALLERLAB definition for Dixie Grand

Choreography for Dixie Grand

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