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Short Sequences
 
Short Sequences
 
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Thousands of short square dance sequences.

To view a set of sequences, select a level link above.

General Information 
  • A short sequence is often used as the first or last sequence of a tip.
  • These short sequences were automatically generated by the Ceder Square Dance System Ceder Square Dance System. The program simply matched records from its getin and getout databases.
  • Because the sequences were automatically generated, please check for the following potential problems before using them:

    1. Acceptable flow. A generated sequence may have obnoxious flow
      (e.g., 'Right & Left Thru' followed by 'Wheel Thru').
    2. Hand availabilty. A generated sequence may have dancers using the same hand twice in a row
      (e.g., 'Square Thru 3' followed by 'Dixie Grand').
    3. Overflow. A generated sequence may contain adjacent movements that makes the dancers dizzy
      (e.g., 'Fan The Top' followed by 'Acey Deucey 1 & 1/2').
    4. Appropriate Level. Due to the way that the program assigns levels to calls, a particular sequence may actually belong at a higher level. This is because some calls are listed on more than one level. For example 'Extend' is listed on both the Mainstream list and the Plus list. In these cases, the program always assigns the level of the sequence to the lower of the two levels. The following calls are affected:

How to Interpret the Sequences 

  • Each entry within a short sequence page is enclosed within horizontal lines. For example,


    • Heads Square Thru 2; Right & Left Thru
    • Heads Right & Left Thru; Square Thru 2; Eight Chain 2
    • Pass Thru; Trade By; AL
    • Pass To The Center; Centers Pass Thru; AL
    • Spin Chain Thru; RLG

    To find a short sequence, select one line from the upper group of lines, and select one line from the lower group of lines. The entry shown above has six short sequences, namely

    1. Heads Square Thru 2; Right & Left Thru; Pass Thru; Trade By; AL
    2. Heads Square Thru 2; Right & Left Thru; Pass To The Center; Centers Pass Thru; AL
    3. Heads Square Thru 2; Right & Left Thru; Spin Chain Thru; RLG
    4. Heads Right & Left Thru; Square Thru 2; Eight Chain 2; Pass Thru; Trade By; AL
    5. Heads Right & Left Thru; Square Thru 2; Eight Chain 2; Pass To The Center; Centers Pass Thru; AL
    6. Heads Right & Left Thru; Square Thru 2; Eight Chain 2; Spin Chain Thru; RLG

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