> From: Marjorie McLaughlin <firstname.lastname@example.org> > "Thomas G. Mungall, III" wrote: > > >> "The Braes of Breadalbane"??? and "Sugar Candie"??? Yikes! :-) I
think you know what I mean, no way are these dances the *MOST* popular
strathspeys. << > > Well, Thomas, they are in my book and they are definitely among the most > popular on San Diego dance programmes. (No, I don't make up all, or even > most, of the programmes here) Vive la difference. A lot may also depend > on the music being used. But other than The Balquidder Strathspey (my > own personal favorite), these two would be right up there.
Really? Well I didn't mean to say the dances aren't popular or to say they
weren't nice dances, no not at all. I guess I was just suprised so see them
there. I suppose this is what happens when we talk about things being
popular as opposed to what we like. I would have supposed "Neidpath Castle"
would have been in there somewhere among the strathspeys. ;-) It was
listed a few years back in the "Top 50" but as I look at that list I see
where Sugar Candie was the top of the strathspeys @ 16.7% while the Braes
was not listed. Neidpath was listed next at 14.6% and Miss Gibson's
Strathspey @ 13.3%
Thomas G. Mungall, III
875 Seyburn Court
Baton Rouge, La. 70808-5543