Different music

Miriam L. Mueller

Message 24167 · 17 Dec 2000 18:53:24 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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The same thing tolerance for the different applies to new and traditional
dances. I have seen devisors criticised for a transition that doesn't
flow, although teachers often enjoy traditional dances with awkward or
difficult transitions as a challenge.
Miriam Mueller
San Francisco

On Sat, 16 Dec 2000 17:43:21 EST XXxxxxx@xxx.xxx writes:
> The acceptability of a 'different' tune depends on the presenting
> musicians.
> If a well known and popular band presents something totally off the
> wall it
> will be at least tolerated whereas if an unknown group presents it
> they will
> be labeled inexperienced. It also depends on where in the program
> this tune
> is placed. 3/4 through when the band and the dancers are totally in
> harmony
> is the best place. The first dance is definitely the wrong place.
> Cheers,
> Sylvia Miskoe, Concord, NH USA
>
> --
> XXxxxxx@xxx.xxx
>

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