Objective tests to determine dancing ability

Martin.Sheffield

Message 19071 · 26 Oct 1999 13:16:41 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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A wrote:
>this is an important subject and one that is a challenge which
>should be faced and overcome by the SCD dancing and teaching community.

Amibiguous. What do you want to overcome? the challenge of new-comers that
want to join in and spoil you fun?
Or the challenge of having old-timers with fixed attitudes?

B wrote:
>Those who achieve a third position when they should, all the way through,
>are Advanced Class dancers.

Tongue in cheek, I presume.

Pia wrote:
>The only true objective tests should be a willingness to observe dance
>etiquette and help others - both those who are better than one-self and
>those who are not so good.

Thank you, Pia !

The more dancers, the more dancing -- and the easier it will be to dilute
the few really impossible people in the ocean of capable ones.

Martin,
in Grenoble, France.

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