> > A cheat sheet for the Easter Reel appears in Mini-Cribs > and, yes, it does have that formation. Oh well, you can't win them all!
Hmmm. Most peculiar. The Kirrie Lads was devised by Charles Upton - the
same person as produces the Mini-Cribs. The instructions are in the copy
Charles. Are you there!
> > All the best, > > Eric > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Alan Paterson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > To: <email@example.com> > Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 2:09 AM > Subject: Re: What's Up? -- Another new dance > > > The dance just posted by Eric, has something in it which the deviser > > calls "Half Rights and Lefts for 4 couples" (I claim that the word > > "Half" is not appropriate, but never mind that for now). > > > > I'm afraid, Eric, you'll have to tell Dave that it's not an original > > figure. Charles Uptons's (list member, I think) "The Kirrie Lads" has it > > already. He calls it also Half, which I still dispute. (troublemaker me, > > I know!) > > > > There's also a dance by Kathrine Burke called the Easter Reel which > > claims to have this formation. Anyone out there from Belfast who can > > tell us more details? > > > > > > Alan