Please be careful arranging "Kinfauns Castle" in a
three couple set - you might invent "Macdonald of the
Isles" by mistake ! ;)
--- Xxxxx1Xxxxxx@xxx.xxx wrote: > In a message dated 2/22/03 4:17:20 AM Eastern > Standard Time, > firstname.lastname@example.org writes: > > It's worth checking your five couple dances - some > of > > them (The Black Mountain Reel for example) can be > done > > as a three couple... > > > Thank you for that, Peter. This was one of the most > useful postings I've read > in several years on the list. I'm going to be > briefing Kinfaun's Castle > tomorrow, and I happily discovered that this is one > of the dances that is > very easily adapted to a situation where there are > three couples left over... > or even a single couple left over (in that case, one > would call for two > three-couple sets.) > > Thanks again, > > Chris, New York. >
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