- C3X Definitions - Part 1 of 5 www.dosado.com
- C3X Definitions - Part 2 of 5 www.dosado.com
- C3X Definitions - Part 3 of 5 www.dosado.com
- C3X Definitions - Part 4 of 5 www.dosado.com
- C3X Definitions - Part 5 of 5 www.dosado.com
- Choreographic Rules of Flow in Square Dancing www.lynette.org
- These are my rules of flow in square dancing.
- Dancing the Matrix Concept www.lynette.org
- This paper describes a method of thinking about the Matrix concept.
- Jay Concept mysite.verizon.net
- An explanation of the Jay Concept.
- Multiple Formations Working Everywhichway www.lynette.org
- These concepts generalize the existing concept Triple Boxes Working Together and also expand and clarify the Grand and Triple Lines concepts.
- Once Removed Dance Strategies mysite.verizon.net
- A discussion of the definition of Once Removed, problems with
the Once Removed concept,
and strategies which may be used to dance this concept. Many diagrams are included.
- Once Removed Notes and Diagrams mysite.verizon.net
- The Once Removed concept is one of the hardest and least understood concepts in Challenge square dancing.
This paper provides an explanation of this concept for most of us. This will be done by showing sample calls with some discussions of the nuances of the examples including discussion of the strategy to be used for the call.
- Parallelograms and Offset Lines | Columns www.ceder.net
- How to successfully dance the more difficult Parallelogram and Offset Line/Column calls.
- Parallelograms and Offsets Notes and Diagrams mysite.verizon.net
- There are some basic facts about parallelograms that must be understood if you are to become competent in the use of the concept.
- Rotates by Jim Davis
- This book on Rotates is a comprehensive study including directions, teaching hints, diagrams, and choreography
by the author of the call/concept himself.
- Split Phantom Lines / Columns mysite.verizon.net
- A list of the things you must know when you do Split Phantom concept calls.
- Star Wars - When Meta-Concepts and Supercalls Collide www.lynette.org
- Callers have begun combining meta-concepts with supercalls.
- Star Wars ? The Sequel
When Meta-Concepts and Supercalls Collide www.wmk2.com
- (after the original work of Bill Heimann
see: http://www.lynette.org/starwars.html )
- Supercalls www.lynette.org
- A class of calls which fall in a currently undefined region between call and concept.
- Supercalls: A new class of concepts www.lynette.org
- Calls can become concepts!
- The 3 by 1 Concept www.lynette.org
- This definition accurately describes previously-used calls such as Checkmate (and even Transfer!) and allows the 3 by 1 concept to be applied to many other calls.
- The 3 By 3 Concept www.lynette.org
- The 3 by 3 concept clarifies the 12 Matrix concept since it provides a well-defined method of converting 8-person calls to 12-person calls.
- The Challenge Dancing Handbook fortytwo.ws
- Clark Baker's definitive work on Challenge Dancing written in 1978. Including discussions on Naming Conventions, Setups and Formations, Descriptive Terminology, Concepts, Extensions and Variations, Calls and more.
- The Fractional Twosome Concept www.lynette.org
- The Fractional Twosome Concept is a new method of working jointly with another dancer.
- The Rewind Concept www.lynette.org
- You may have seen diagrams that explain calls using little pictures of dancers with arrows showing the paths one takes when dancing the calls. What if the arrows went in the opposite direction?
- The Scatter Concept www.lynette.org
- SCATTER is a motion-based concept where the leaders in a wave (or line) who would normally flip over into their partner's space, dance to the spot that the other lead would normally flip into and adopt the identity of that dancer.
- The Single Concept www.lynette.org
- A proposed definition of "Single".
- The Straight Concept www.lynette.org
- An extension of the call "Straight Fire".
- The Twisted Concept www.tiac.net
- A concept that can be used with any call whose active's initial dance action contains a pass thru, pull by, touch, or single circling action.