> And what if your roving eye (avoiding your corner for the moment) should > light on someone else's face -- just imagine the confusion ! > > Personally, I always tell my dancers to keep one eye on their partner, the > other on their corner, and the third on all the other members of the set. > To me that's the obvious solution, but I'd still like to know how it's done > elsewhere. > > ! > Martin,
I am inclined to dance this by advancing using a modified setting
step on the right foot so that I am leading with my right shoulder as
I advance and can look my partner full in the face. I then turn to
face my corner while travelling/setting with the left foot and lose
sight of my partner during this manoeuvre and we finish back to back.
It may sound cumbersome but it is done quietly and there is no
mistaking at whom I am looking and it is a definite move and not just
drifting forward with my eye on swivels between my partner and first
corner and a silly uncertain look on my face.
Cheers, Ron :)
< 0 Ron Mackey,(Purveyor of Pat's Party Pieces)
/#\ London. UK.