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Cross Concentric Concept -- [C2]
   (Jim Davis 1978)
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Aus 8-Tänzer Formationen, die 4 Outside Tänzer und 4 Inside Tänzer beinhalten.

Die 4 Inside Tänzer arbeiten zusammen, um den gegebenen Call zu tanzen, aber sie enden als Outside Tänzer, während die 4 Outside Tänzer zusammenarbeiten, um den gegebenen Call zu tanzen, aber als 4 Center Tänzer enden.

Cross Concentric ist das gleiche wie Concentric [C1], außer, daß die Inside Tänzer als Outsides enden, und die Outside Tänzer als Insides.

Alle Regeln für Calls, welche die Form der Formation ändern, gelten für Cross Concentric genauso, wie sie für Concentric diskutiert wurden.

Hinweise:

  • Die Outsides sollten warten, bis die Insides den Call abgeschlossen und das Innere des Set geräumt haben, bevor sie ihren Teil des Calls tanzen. D. h. die Outsides warten, während die Centers den gegebenen Call tanzen; die Centers gehen aus der Mitte heraus, während sich die Outsides in die Mitte begeben; jetzt tanzen die neuen Centers den Call.

Cross Concentric Turn & Deal:
 

 
vor
Cross Concentric Turn & Deal
 nach

Cross Concentric Recycle:
 

   
vor
Cross Concentric Recycle
 nach
Centers Cross Concentric Recycle
& Ends slide in
 nach
New Centers Recycle
(fertig)

Shape Changing rules

  1. If the given call ends in a 1x4, a Diamond, or a Single 1/4 Tag, then there is only one possible ending formation.

    1. A 1x4 is split in half, and distributed as two 1x2 formations on opposite sides of the inside dancers.
    2. A Diamond or Single 1/4 Tag is split into 4 pieces, and distributed like the points of a Galaxy.
  2. However, if the given call ends in a 2x2, there are two choices:

    1. If the given calls starts in a 2x2, the Lines-to-Lines, Columns-to-Columns rule applies.

      Each Center dancer determines whether their starting position within the overall formation is Lines or Columns. If starting as if Centers of Parallel Lines, they must finish as if they are Ends of Parallel Lines. If starting as if Centers of Columns, then they must finish as if they are Ends of Columns.

      The final formation may not actually be Lines or Columns, since dancers can be T-Boned.

    2. If the given call does not start in a 2x2, the Long Axis rule applies. That is, original centers end in outside positions perpendicular to the long axis of the starting formation.

      Only the original center 4 dancers need to concern themselves with this, as there is only one possible ending position for the original outsides.

      1. Upon hearing the words 'Cross Concentric', look at your formation and determine the long axis before you start to move, in case the given call ends in a 2x2.

        1. First, look only at the inside 4 dancers. If there is a long axis, use it!
        2. Otherwise look for the long axis of the overall 8-dancer formation.
        3. If no long axis (e.g., a Butterfly formation), look at the footprints of the Original Outside 4.
      2. Cross Concentric <anything> = Cross Concentric <nothing> + Concentric <anything>.

        The ending position of the call should be the same whether the Cross Concentric is done at the beginning or ending of the call.

        For example, from Parallel Waves after 1/2 Circulate:
        Cross Concentric Recycle = Cross Concentric Nothing + Concentric Recycle.
      3. Another reason for the Original Centers to prefer their 4-dancer long axis: From unusual formations, it's easier to determine the long axis for a 4-dancers than 8-dancers, especially if phantoms are involved.
      4. The ending location of the Original Centers should not be dependent upon the starting location of the Original Outsides. For a call such as Recycle, the Original Centers should always end side-by-side as a Couple, regardless of where the outsides started.
VERGLEICHE FOLGENDE BEISPIELE:

Cross Concentric Recycle:
 

 
vor
Cross Concentric Recycle
 nach

Cross Concentric Recycle:
 

 
vor
Cross Concentric Recycle
 nach

In both cases above, the original Centers end side-by-side as a couple.

Cross Concentric Drop In:
 

 
 
RICHTIG
 
 
FALSCH
 
   
vor
Cross Concentric Drop In
 danach This ending formation is wrong
because the long-axis for the original
Center Diamond did not change

Siehe auch Concentric CONCEPT [C1].

CALLERLAB definition for Cross Concentric Concept

Choreography for Cross Concentric Concept

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