credit where due

Shirley Lanktree

Message 10960 · 17 Feb 1998 03:11:18 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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>On Mon, 16 Feb 1998, Coletta Busse wrote:
>
>> It was very kind of Jim &/or Donna to send the description of Fair
>> Jenny's Jig and I mean this as no criticism of them, but merely a reminder
>> to us all. Modern dances may be proprietary and there MIGHT be
>> difficulties if descriptions are willy-nilly sent over Strathspey.
>> I believe we can save lots of hurt feelings, and legalistic haggling
>> if, when a dance is described, the source and author are credited.
>
>Fair Jenny was written by Ron Wallace and isone of his marvelous dances
>available in leaflet form from the TAC and many RSCDS Brach libraries.
>
>I'm sure that Ron would publish more and even publish a book of dances if
>he could afford to.
>
>Next time you 'give away' a dance on email, please remember the deviser is
>probably still out-of-pocket for having published and made available to
>you the delightful dance you are about to enjoy.
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>Priscilla Burrage Vermont US
>(xxxxxxxx@xxx.xxx.xxx)
>
>
Hear, hear, Priscilla. You are 100% correct. Any of Ron's wonderful
dances are available from TACBooks. We pay him a royalty for each and
everyone we sell. Shirley Lanktree> >

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