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567-about

ponk

Roundabout based on the 4-handed siteswap 756; carrying every third pass. See end of video for notation./nSee also https://passing.zone/manege-a-trois/ for similar (but harder) pattern

00:48

938

0

16-04-2019

[2]

SGC10

Ed_Clark

Some of the patterns from a trip that took place in October./nIt was decided that each of the patterns that is new should also go up as a pattern video and that is where you will find the notation. Here we have only the names. When the pattern videos go up I shall update this description to include the links.

04:31

1600

0

15-10-2018

[4]

I am the very model of a Modern British Juggler

MatthewTiffany

I am the very model of a modern British juggler, Experienced as thrower, catcher, balancer and spinner-er I know the lazy juggler and I quote the fights historical The loses of Jon peat to brook in order categorical. I’m very well acquainted too with matters mathematical I understand notations both the siteswap and beatmap-able About the other props you ask I’m teeming with a lot of news (hhhmmmm, lot of news, that’s a tough one) With many cheerful facts about what Kendama the Void will use. I’m very good at throwing high like DB97531 I know the algorithms and find rubix cube a lot of fun In short in matters thrower, catcher, balancer and spinner-er I am the very model of a modern British juggler. I know our mythic history Vid Warren in the renegade I saw Tom Derricks rosie cheeks those memories will never fade Out camping in the freezing cold it always seems to smell of grass I even read Jay Linn’s great post about that night with Chris passé passe.

04:32

1917

2

18-04-2018

[2]

Dropabout

Ed_Clark

corrected notation Interception line changes are immediate - the juggler and manipulator swap line before the next beat. So, even if it is a 1 beat intercept with a line instruction after it, the juggler and manipulator change lines first, then read the line change instruction afterwards. They follow both instructions, but the order is important. So if a manipulator line showed at the end of the line: iB => M the juggler who was B up until the last instruction becomes M because of the intercept (iB) and then they stay M because of the (=> M).

00:53

2551

0

08-01-2018

[3]

3 3-count Roundabouts

ponk

3 3-Count Roundabouts All period 6, one-sided. Notation in the video. Jill, Eva, and I taught a workshop on these three 3-count roundabout variations that we deciphered from Aidan's book and reconstructed from notes from Nicki's workshop. Filmed at Passout on Vashon Island, WA. All takeouts on right-handed beats. For two-sided variations see the period 9 patterns PGDI (http://juggling.tv/16674) and Vashon Roundabout (http://juggling.tv/16675)

01:36

1221

0

15-10-2017

[0]

MiniEd

ponk

MiniEd - 4-person, extra-walking, period-6 MinuEd variation /nBase pattern: rotating PPSPPS feed, with C walking on 2 and A walking on 4; walking always on a left hand, clockwise Manipulation sequence as MinuEd without the zip-zip part; crossing pop helps to avoid clubbed heads/nNotation in video, underlining indicates walking/nPro tip: Pass to A on beat 1 should be aimed at M's head/n(This took us quite a few festivals to put together. Thanks for everybody who had the patience with me at MadFest, Mondo, Charlottesville, IJA, EJC, and Passout.)

00:45

1276

1

13-10-2017

[1]

Vashon Roundabout

ponk

Period-9 3-count roundabout variation, filmed on location during Passout on Vashon Island, WA. Notation in video. Base Pattern: PSSPSSPSS Manipulator: SA _ SA IA CA z SB z z Canonical version: Chopabout turn, zip, zip zip, and rhondaring on the other side.

01:48

1298

0

12-10-2017

[1]

Zap Patterns by Cameron and Katie at TADAH

KStruthers

33 Patterns. All with at least one zap. All period seven. All with five clubs. All with two people. All for 6 rounds (where one round is 14 beats of the pattern globally). For our more playful video also filmed at TADAH see: https://youtu.be/-rO6grGcPis The list is written in four handed global siteswap notation: 1. 6662555 2. 6672752 3. 6672625 4. 7572662 5. 6752555 6. 7562555 7. 7572752 8. 7772255 9. 6782525 10. 7582562 11. 7862255 12. 8572625 13. 8672255 14. 6682562 15. 6852662 16. 6862652 17. 8552555 18. 8582525 19. 8852255 20. 8882225 21. 6692552 22. 6962527 23. 9962225 24. 9952262 25. 6929522 26. 9629252 27. 9269225 28. 7592552 29. 9527822 30. 9552662 31. 7a72252 32. a862225 33. 8279225 Special thanks: James for creating his siteswap spreadsheet from which we got our list. TADAH for having us to stay for long enough to learn and film so many patterns. Music: From the album 'Money, Blood and Light [LCL14]' by Plurabelle; licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.

12:34

1123

1

10-10-2017

[1]

Scrambled 3 Variation in Alice Springs

Jugglelab

Scrambled 3 Variation juggled in Alice Springs at the 2015 Australian Passing Convention./nNotation: iCcAsB/nJugglers: Danni, Dale, Liz Pete

00:20

1072

0

07-03-2017

[0]

Y You Follow Me World Record

Ed_Clark

Coastcon1: A good time was had by all. By adding 1 to the end of the name I'm hoping they will run another one! Filmed at Coastcon1 http://juggling.tv/16011 Y you follow me notation http://juggling.tv/13317 Music: https://soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsounds/alan-walker-fade-ncs-release

02:52

2277

1

04-11-2016

[3]

doreen&dani: rainy morning in madrid

danifausto

Doreen was visiting Madrid for a couple of days, and we spent a rainy morning juggling patterns in my warehouse. Is amazing how time flies when you play this kind of funny things, and how fast you can juggle new patterns with the right partner. She is one of the best passers in the world, for sure! In addition, is amazing how we keep enjoying Préchac Transformation after all these years. We already played a lot of this patterns but there is still a universe out there... Full of new tricks to discover and customize.

04:20

2804

1

14-04-2016

[7]

MinuEd (with notation)

Ed_Clark

MinuEd is a pass-pass-self base pattern, with some one beat manipulations, which makes it more difficult than standard notation patterns where every manipulation is given two beats. It is juggled in the Rhonda manipulation style http://juggling.tv/15646. First round of the pattern ever recorded (http://juggling.tv/15002) was in the iconic Rhonda styling, so it has set the default style for MinuEd Notation is in the video!

00:58

1642

0

11-01-2016

[1]

Roundachop

Ed_Clark

Like chopabout, but different enough that it will make you always do the wrong thing when you are trying to learn it! Notation: A: ss cs ss ps ss ps -> B B: ss ps ss cs ss ps -> A M:Ca Sb Sa Sa Sb Ib -> M

00:53

1113

0

22-04-2015

[0]

Unscrambled LB: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (iA cC sB)

wmurray

Unscrambled LB, by Aidee Castro, Steve Healy, Rhonda and Will Murray (Long Beach, 2014). Part of the Aidan Burns Project to juggle all 27 of his Scrambled V variations. Special thanks to Steve Gerdes. Notation: __1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: iA cC sB -> M The feeder is A and the feedees are B (on A's left) and C. The feeder counts 1 2 3. On 1 and 3, A and B exchange a pass. On 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, B catches the pass and walks over by A, rotating the positions. 1. "iA": The manipulator M intercepts a pass from B to A. The juggler who was A becomes the manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator reads A's line. 2. "cC": The manipulator carries a club to C. 3. "sB": The manipulator substitutes a pass from A to B (catches the pass and hands in a different club). Then all the jugglers are re-labeled (but not the manipulator) and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes. Here, Rhonda starts manipulating at beat 3 above.

00:41

2100

0

06-04-2015

[1]

Saibca: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sA iB cA)

wmurray

Saibca, by Christian Helbling, Rhonda and Will Murray, and Michael Rees (Someren, 2014). Part of the Aidan Burns Project to juggle all 27 of his Scrambled V variations. Notation: __1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sA iB cA -> M The feeder is A and the feedees are B (on A's left) and C. The feeder counts 1 2 3. On 1 and 3, A and B exchange a pass. On 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, B catches the pass and walks over by A, rotating the positions. 1. "sA": The manipulator (M) substitutes a pass from B to A (catches the pass and replaces it with a different club). 2. "iB": The manipulator intercepts B's self. The juggler who was B is the new manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator reads B's line. 3. "cA": The manipulator carries two clubs over and hands one to A. Then all the jugglers are re-labeled (but not the manipulator) and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes.

00:42

2146

0

05-04-2015

[0]

_ Aidan Burns Scrambled V variation 'WUST'

toto

Scrambled V variation 'The Unnameable' juggled by Wolfgang, Uwe, Steffi and Thomas at PassOut 2014/15 in Someren, NL. 3 1 2 A: ps ps ss -> B B: ps ss ps -> C C: ss ps ps -> A M: cA sB iA -> M (In Aidan's original notation: 312: cA sB iA) Music: Can't Hold It Back (How it is) by Admiral Bob

01:27

2565

0

17-03-2015

[1]

Kennedy and Controversy

Ed_Clark

Aidan notation for both patterns:/n"ps":= pass self "ss":= self self "SA-B":= Substitute from juggler A to juggler B "IA-B":= Intercept from juggler A to juggler B (note that at an intercept instruction the juggler that was the destination of the club and the manipulator that performed the intercept change places) "CM-N":= Carry from manipulator M to manipulator N/nKennedy notation:/nA: ps |ss |cs |ss | Becomes juggler B B: ps |ss |ps |ss | Becomes juggler A M: SA-B |SB-B |IA-B |CM-N | Becomes manipulator N N: SB-A |SA-A |SA-B |SN-B | Becomes manipulator M/nControversial Kennedy Notation:/nA: ps |ss |ps |ss | Becomes juggler B B: ps |ss |cs |ss | Becomes juggler A M: SA-B |SB-B |IA-B |CM-N | Becomes manipulator N N: SB-A |SA-A |SB-A |SN-B | Becomes manipulator M

01:38

1404

0

16-02-2015

[0]

Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sB iA cB)

hellofisch

Scrambled V variation 'The Unnameable' juggled by Mïark, Michael, Pascal and Staffan at PassOut 2014/15 in Someren, NL. __1__2__3 A: ps ps ps -> B B: ps ss ps -> C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sB iA cB -> M (In Aidan's original notation: 312: cB sA iC) Music: Caravan Palace: "Jolie Coquine" Video: Pascal Häring

00:47

2238

0

11-02-2015

[1]

CatchUp: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (cC	sB	iB)

tomzooi

1 2 3 A: ps ps ps B: ps ss ps C: ss ps ss Ed notation: cC sB iB Juggled in memory of Aidan Burns by CatchUp (Menno Hoeksema, Mark-Jan van der Meulen, Johan Smits & Tom van den Berg) Enschede, the 12th of November

01:27

2111

0

23-11-2014

[1]

Panto: Aidan Burns' Scrambled V Variation (sC iA cB)

TLMB

Panto, juggled by Graham, Joanne, Danny and Ed. Part of the Aidan Burns Project to juggle all 27 of his variations to the Scrambled V. Notation: __1__2__3 A: ps ps ps ->B B: ps ss ps ->C C: ss ps ss -> A M: sC iA cB -> M The feeder is "A", the juggler to the feeder's left is "B" and the juggler to the feeder's right is "C". The feeder counts "1 2 3" to make it easier to keep track of where we are in the pattern. On beats 1 and 3, A (the feeder) and B exchange a pass. On beat 2, A and C exchange a pass. On 3, juggler B catches the carried pass and walks on four count (rotating the positions anti-clockwise). 1. "sC": The manipulator substitutes a self from C to C. This takes place while the juggler is walking on four count. 2. "iA": The manipulator (M) intercepts a the pass from C to A. The juggler who was A is the new manipulator, and reads from the manipulator line. The old manipulator, reads A's line. 3. "cB": The manipulator carries a club to B. We found it useful for the manipulator (who was the feeder for 1 and 2) to say 3 during the carry, for continuity. All the jugglers are re-labeled and the new feeder starts counting the 3 passes. Panto gets it's name from the pass from A to B on beat 1, the club is quite close to the back of the manipulators head (He's behind you!).

01:18

2657

0

12-11-2014

[0]

Kennedy

Ed_Clark

Manipulator passing pattern for four people. The base pattern is 4 count between two jugglers. Below is the Aidan notation for the pattern. There is one round of four count and then the pattern begins A: ps |ss |ps |ss | Becomes juggler B B: ps |ss |cs |ss | Becomes juggler A M: SA-B |SB-B |IA-B |CM-N | Becomes manipulator N N: SB-A |SA-A |SB-A |SN-B | Becomes manipulator M "ps":= pass self "ss":= self self "cs":= chop self "SA-B":= Substitute from juggler A to juggler B "IA-B":= Intercept from juggler A to juggler B (note that at an intercept instruction the juggler that was the destination of the club and the manipulator that performed the intercept change places) "CM-N":= Carry from manipulator M to manipulator N Starting positions in the video: A patterned red shirt (right) B dress (left) M is blue shirt (middle-right) N plain red shirt (middle left) Oh, and the "niiaoow" noise is a cat-plane hybrid noise, performed on the carry (optional).

00:39

1459

0

11-11-2014

[0]

Switching between scrambled 3V and 3B long run

brook_roberts

Starting off with the base pattern of rotating 2 count 4 count feed, we then add the maniuplators to do 3B (Brook in blue t-shirt the B maniuplator, Steve in black t-shirt the 3 manipulator). Every 30 beats you get back to the start, and so every 30 beats the B/V manipulator (Brook at this point) switches to the other pattern and the 5 people do around of 3B/3V. We do 3B/3V/3B/3V and then try to exit the pattern. Patterned invented by Aidan - see 'How to Steal From Your Friends' at http://www.juggle.me.uk/passing/ where 3,V,B and transitions between them are described. In Aidan Notation (X, Y, Z are the jugglers): X: Ps | Ps | Ps Y: Ps | ss | Ps Z: ss | Ps | ss 3: cZZ | sZX | iXY V: cXY | sYY | iXZ B: iXY | cYY | sYX I switch by doing the second column of the pattern I've arrived in (as manipulator) and then switching to the third column of the new pattern (and everyone responds accordingly).

02:01

2358

0

06-10-2014

[3]

Hitting The Siteswap Barrier

ChrisHodge

ss: z31313131313131313131313131313131 That's 16 31's and maxing out siteswap notation. The ball was thrown about 52 feet high. What would this siteswap be called if it had one more 31?

00:22

2512

2

29-07-2014

[3]

Chopped Dolby

brook_roberts

An ambidextrous version of Chopabout, using the turn from Dolby Sörroundabout. The pattern is period 11, although for all 3 people to do each part with both hands takes 66 throws. We do just over an entire round of the pattern (77 throws). In chopabout you do some substitutions, then roundabout out to allow a new juggler to be the manipulator. By turning out in the same way as in Dolby Sörroundabout you can switch to left handed chopabout - doing the switch on every turn gives the pattern shown Chopped Dolby. In Aidan Notation: A: Cs | ss | Ps | s | sP | ss -> B B: Ps | ss | Cs | s | sP | ss -> A M: sAB | sAA | sBA | iAA | cBB | -- -> M

00:53

3766

2

29-01-2014

[4]

Y you follow me

Ed_Clark

A new pattern created using Aidan notation. The manipulators in this pattern are dependent, as clubs are taken by one manipulator and replaced by the other. 4 count static Y base, with B at the back of the Y, D in the middle of the Y, A on the left of the Y (from the point of view of D and B) and C on the right. Aiden notation for the pattern: A ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss B ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss C ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss D ps|ss|ps|ss|ps|ss M1 cD|--|sA|iA|cA|-- M2 sC|iC|cD|iD|cB|iB Starting: M1 starts back to back with D facing B M2 stands in front of C facing C We start with a ps and then the manipulators begin on ss. The manipulators start on the last instruction at ss as it is written above (M1 --, M2 iB) When M1 reaches the end of the instructions, M1 becomes M2 (having reached the physical location of M2 at the start of the M2 instructions). Similarly M2 becomes M1

00:50

1906

0

29-07-2013

[0]

 
 
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