SCD Styles (2)

The_Healys

Message 21569 · 22 Jun 2000 00:13:25 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Ian,

Nothing was intended personally and I should have
acknowledged that part of my reaction was surprise that it
was your post that caught me on the raw as I _know_ you are
perfectly happy dancing in a less than orthodox RSCDS style
in the right circumstances.

Malcolm!

Soccer, Union, League, American and Australian Rules are
all forms of football - precisely my point. The idea of
all of them is a team sport intended to propel a ball in a
specified fashion to a specific area (touchdown or back of
net is irrelevant). And if you re-read your post you might
want to also think about the comment:
> Ceilidh dancing includes circle type dances, dances
> where you change partners, dances where the only person
> you dance with is your partner - all features missing
> from Country dances.
Your definition - not mine. Was not the Collins Book
produced in association with the RSCDS?

Jim Healy
Perth, Scotland

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