I teach line dancing as well as SCD. In my line dance classes I have
people who I am sur ewould have difficulty with SCD. I manage to eeach
them line danicng anyway (o.k., not the most complicated line dnaces
that exist, but a fair range).
Hence line danicng is easier than SCD. Q.E.D.
Oberdan Otto wrote: > > Peter Hastings asks a couple of rhetorical questions: > > > Surely there are forms and styles of dancing which _do_ pander to > > the average ? > > > > Why do most of the people on this list _not do_ these types of > > dancing ? > > I sure don't know of a dance form or style that is "easier" than SCD. Each > dance form I have encountered has had its own degrees of complexity and > difficulty that are the equal of and sometimes more difficult than what we > do in SCD.
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