Bourel, anyone?

Anselm Lingnau

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Maghi King <xxxx@xxxxxx.xxxxx.xx> writes:

> knot, rondel, half rondel, tourne'e, set and link, set and rotate, en rond,
> targe, whirligig, la baratte, espagnole, tourbillon, bourrel, roulette,
> philabeg, shuttle.

Quite a number of these *are* in the new manual (the ring-binder thing),
too.

If anybody sends me a description of the Philabeg and/or Shuttle (preferably
not lifted verbatim from Duncan's book) I'd be happy to include these; I
suppose I do have the rest of the list above by now. Private replies will
do fine for the moment. Maybe I'll manage to get a preliminary version
of the formations pamphlet together over the week-end so those of you who
want to can proofread and criticise it.

Anselm
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