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 Dynamic Duo
 SCVSDA Notes  -  June 1992


This is a concept call that combines the Random, Twosome, and Solid (e.g. In Tandem, As Couples, and Siamese) concepts. It works with 4-dancer calls that have definite separate parts.

Definition: Dancers do the first part of the call in the appropriate solid formation, then alternate between twosome and solid for the remainder.

Reverse Dynamic Duo - Starts as twosomes and alternates with solid.

Example: From facing lines [As Couples] Dynamic Duo Square Thru (four)

  1. As Couples 'Right Pull By and 1/4 In',
  2. Couples Twosome 'Left Pull By and 1/4 In',
  3. In Tandem 'Right Pull By and 1/4 In',
  4. Tandem Twosome 'Left Pull By'.

This definition is from SCVSDA Note Service by Bill Davis.
It is provided here for informational and educational purposes only.

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