A Birl (3)

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Message 13372 · 12 Oct 1998 22:10:08 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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From: Andrew Patterson <xxxxxxxxxx@xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xx.xx>
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Date: October 11, 1998 12:35 PM
Subject: Re: A Birl (3)

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>>
>> Also I was taught at one time (possibly a fad at
>> the time) that the Tulloch turn was done with the hands right in
>> right and left in left behind the backs. Ring any bells?
>> Cheers, Ron :)
>>
>
>That is certainly how the Tulloch Turn is described in the dance
>Prince Charles of Edinburgh (Book 39). It was also taught that way
>at St Andrews.
>
>
>Andy London(UK)
>
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>Andrew Patterson <xxxxxxxxxx@xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xx.xx>
>
It probably would better be described as left in right (or right in left)
for both couples. Book 39 says "Link right arms and each place back of right
hand behind partner's back, about waist height. Now place left hand behind
own back and grasp partner's right hand."
Steve

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