Balance vs. Set in Lines

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Sylvia Miskoe, wrote;
If you look in the directions for Scottish Reform, Book 3, you will see that
they specifically say 'balance in line'....
and she's right.
In SCD "Balance in line" is a FIGURE not a step. Setting is a step, Balance
in Highland dancing is a step.
The confusion seems to be coming about by folks abrieviating the name of the
figure.
Balance in line is dancers setting, in a specific configuration; facing
opposite directions, hands linked.
cheers,
Coletta

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