Favorite Strathespeys - why are they favorites?

Marilynn Knight

Message 28493 · 29 Nov 2001 13:33:05 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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It's sooo true, Sylvia. I think repeatedly how it seems we as dancers take
our bands for granted. I think they should be included in our eye contact.
Maybe that is one definition of an advanced dancer?

MLKCSCUSA

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Don't forget the music. A great tune will turn a mediocre dance into an
unforgettable one and a mediocre tune will kill a good dance. A sub-set of
this comment is the band involved. They make all the difference in the
world.
Cheers,
sylvia Miskoe, Concord, NH USA

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