On Sat, 6 May 2000 17:29:24 -0700 Oberdan Otto <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> If the middle dancers begin moving toward opposite ends of the > reels, it is obvious that the middle dancers cannot cover across the
plane > between the reels, but they can "counter-cover" through the center > POINT between the reels. The SAME is true for the end dancers--they > also cannot cover across the line between the reels, but they can > counter-cover with the person at the opposite end of the other reel > through the center point. In these kinds of reels, you covering > counterpart is NOT the person next to you.
This was precisely the focus of Christine Mair's teachers' workshop at
last month's Capital Weekend here, that she calls "covering on the
diagonal". She had an interesting exercise to demonstrate this, using
"markers" held by each person as they moved through reels of 3 on
opposite sides, so that you focused on your "equivalent" for covering.
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