Dancing Proficiency Test

ron.mackey

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>
> So why have the Dancing Proficiency test at all?
> If that's the answer for the graded system, the same thing applies to
> the absolute system.
>
> Ian

Ian,
I tend to the same question. I have always striven to dance as
well as I can in the way that I prefer so I do not feel the need of
outside judgement.
In '62 I was examined for my certificate by Jean Milligan who made
encouraging comments and so I have always felt that I was on the
right track and used my own sense of what was good.
One can't help feeling that an 'expert' examining Picasso or Dali or
Moore most likely would have condemned their technique and product.:)
Cheers, Ron :)

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