Integrated reels

Melbourne Briscoe

Message 18901 · 15 Oct 1999 05:38:59 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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So the corners essentially ignore the reel-of-four'ing that is taking place
on the diagonal?

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From: TayHaven <xxx@xxxxxx.xxx>
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Date: Thursday, October 14, 1999 9:28 PM
Subject: Re: Integrated reels

>
>
>Melbourne Briscoe wrote:
>>
>> It's "The Reids of Monymusk" from The Second Craigievar Book; 8x32R.
>>
>> Was it fun? I've never seen it danced but have wondered about it.....
>>
>Yes, very interesting. The only problem is that the 3rd woman and the
>2nd man are facing the beginning of a diagonal reel of four, but are
>starting a reel of three. So some people, on occasion, started along
>the reel of four if they got too confident and started thinking "Oh,
>this is fun!".
>
>Cole
>
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>TayHaven <xxx@xxxxxx.xxx>
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