Glasgow Highlanders Progression and Two Chords at Start

simon scott

Message 34861 · 7 Apr 2003 08:15:29 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Wyrick [mailto:xxxxxxxx@xx.xxxxxxx.xxx]
> Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2003 6:45 PM
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> Subject: Re: Glasgow Highlanders Progression and Two Chords at Start
>
> simon scott wrote:
>
> > I far prefer four couple sets over "as many as will" partly because
I
> > like the constant change at top and bottom and the progression up
and
> > down the sides. It can all be done very well if dancer know where
they
> > are going AND think ahead.
> > However, more important to me is that if danced "as many as will"
some
> > couples may only ever be "firsts" and some only ever "seconds" and I
> > think that is a shame.
> >
> > Simon
> > Vancouver
>
> (I told myself I wasn't going to contribute to this discussion,
but...)
> Glasgow Highlanders is danced frequently in the San Francisco Branch,
and
> always, in my experience, for "as many as will." I agree with you
about
> the
> disadvantages of this setup; it's that aspect of the dance that keeps
it
> from being one of my favorites. -Steve
> --
> Steve Wyrick -- Concord, California
>

That is a shame. It is a favorite of mine.

Simon

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