Marigold

Ron.Mackey

Message 12050 · 13 May 1998 22:02:32 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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David South wrote,
>
> The dance: Marigold
>
> The problem:
> In the corner movement, where the first couple are changing
> places with the corners and the corners are changing places with the
> corners, etc., when you end up in a corner position, do you set, or
> stand still?
>
> In the edition of James Cosh's book that we have, it says not to set,
I've never seen any other version. As Malcolm Brown said a short
time ago, did he devise this dance in revenge for what was being done
to Mairi's Wedding?
Hi David.
Cheers, Ron :)

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