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December 07, 2008


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"1. Polka Figure
8b Grand right and left half round"

It is not clear to me in this description:
Is it means Demi Grand Chaine or demi grand chain anglaise?
Could you explain, please?

It means that all eight dancers perform a chain figure taking right and left hands alternately until they have gone halfway around the set.

Ok, thank you!)

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