cAsBiA on Anna-Maria

juggled @ Herxheim October 2016


I´m get­ting closer to my goal of hav­ing juggled all 27 scrambled vari­ations in time for next year´s EJC. Actu­ally, I juggled more than half of them, already, and I´m very motiv­ated for the oth­ers – so if you want to learn a new scrambled, just chat to me…
Now, people are dis­tract­ing me with their wish to com­bine scrambleds in pre­vi­ously unknown ways…challenge accep­ted! Here we com­bined #1.2 cAs­BiA with #3.1, which we named "Anna-Maria" in hon­or of Annchen´s and Berengar´s daugh­ter.

I thought it should work eas­ily, as com­bin­a­tions of column 1 and column 3 pat­terns have been done before (V on toast, 3 on toast, Post­men in a WUST) and yeah it worked. Still, the "double inter­cept" where you inter­cept A and are your­self inter­cep­ted on the next beat is quite funny. Philip described it as the feel­ing of "run­ning around super use­lessly". At least, you have no idea that you are form­ally feed­ing at this place and time.

The full sequence of the com­bin­a­tion is: A A M3cB M3sB M3iA A M1cA M1sB M1iA B B B C C C with M3 the manip­u­lat­or from pat­tern #3.1 and M1 the manip­u­lat­or from pat­tern 1.2. For the start, we do a beat zero pass (A to C).

Embrace nerdi­ness!!!

Many thanks to Hoschy, who is not only motiv­ated to juggle any scrambled I throw at him, but who also com­piled this super nice video for us!

Juli

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