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Single Concept -- [C3A,C3B,C4]
 
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 In the Single version of a call, each dancer executes the movement that would normally be done by a set of two dancers within the normal version of the call. For a call to have a Single version, it must be possible to group all dancers into sets of two, in which the dancers in each set are always facing the same direction thoughout the given call. The dancers in each set are usually dancing their portion of the call As Couples, In Tandem, Once Removed, or Twosome (or some combination of these concepts). You can think of Single as replacing each set of two dancers with a single dancer located exactly half-way between the two dancers. This single dancer then executes the given call always staying on a path located exactly half-way between where the two dancers would be in the normal version of the call.
 I Single versionen av ett call, utför varje dansare den rörelse som skulle ha gjorts av två dansare i den normala versionen av callet. För att ett call skall kunna ha en Single version, måste det vara möjligt att gruppera dansarna i grupper om två, där dansarna i varje grupp alltid tittar åt samma håll under callets gång. Dansarna i varje grupp dansar vanligen sin del av callet som As Couples, In Tandem, Once Removed, eller Twosome (eller någon kombination av dessa concepts). Man kan tänka på  Single som att byta ut varje grupp om två dansare mot en enskild dansare placerad exakt mittemellan de två dansarna. Denna enskilda dansare utför sedan det givna callet och följer hela tiden en bana som är exakt halvvägs mellan där de två dansarna skulle gå i normalversionen av callet.
 V Single verzi figury provádí každý tanečník takový pohyb, který by byl normálně proveden dvěma tanečníky v normální verzi figury. Aby mohla mít figura Single verzi, musí být možno rozdělit tanečníky do dvojic, ve kterých oba tanečníci koukají po celou dobu jedním směrem. Tanečníci v každé dvojici obvykle tančí nějakou svoji část As Couples, In Tandem, Once Removed nebo Twosome (nebo nějakou kombinaci těchto konceptů). Single můžete vnímat jako nahrazení každé dvojice jedním tanečníkem, který stojí přesně uprostřed mezi původními dvěma tanečníky. Tento tanečník pak provádí figuru a celou dobu stojí přesně mezi pomyslnými dvěma tanečníky, kteří by figuru prováděli normálně.
953 Single CONCEPT [C4]
1928 Single Ferris Wheel [C3A]
969 Single Rotary Spin [C3A]
980 Single Turn To A Line [C3A]
979 Single Turn & Deal [C3B]

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