Lead up - which hand?

Patricia Ruggiero

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Adam wrote:

"I have two friends who often dance a circle with a capriol at the change of
direction, although I doubt that's what they'd call it... It's close..."

Indeed it is!

When I said I was just kidding about reviving the Scottish Branle, I was
thinking in terms of doing only those sideways doubles and singles, left and
right, endlessly, with just two "pied en l'air" and one capriol at the very
end for relief. But as one figure in a longer dance, well, that's
different....

Pat

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