perfect dances

Ken McFarland

Message 15172 · 15 Dec 1998 21:11:55 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Martin wrote:
>Although I like Montgomeries' Rant, it is less than perfect for the women.
>(Have you noticed? -- you can always tell when the dance was devised by a
man?)

I've both tuaght it and danced it from the women's side, and don't remember
it being less satisfying from that position. We agree to differ perhaps.

Also, the dance as we dance it was most likely - probably? - interpreted by
a woman Martin....let's see who could that have been? ;) (What year did Mrs.
Stewart head for South Africa?)

Ken McFarland

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