On Feb 22, 9:34pm, Anselm Lingnau wrote: > Subject: Re: Copyright > Ian Price <email@example.com> writes: > > > CORN RIGGS > > 1-8;Cast > > 9-16;Figure of 8 > > 17-24;Down the middle and up > > 25-32;Poussette > > 33-40; Sue me! > > This is exactly what I meant about the inaccurate cribs. If you give out > this version to a random collection of dancers as part of a ball programme, > you will find people doing at least five different kinds of a figure of > eight during bars 9-16, such as: crossing down between the 2's to begin > (the right way), up and down the dance, ... you get the idea.
Well, so much won't go wrong ...
Usually, people just need a reminder on a cribsheet and not a proper
description, but this has been discussed before.
Just to test with a recently devised Dance:
CANADIAN CORN RIGGS (2 couple dance)
1-8: 1C & 2C: Cast behind lines and back (1C lead)
9-16: Double figure of 8
17-24: 1C & 2C: Down the middle and up (1C lead)
How many misunderstandings are you able to construct here, Anselm?
PS: The original tune for the above dance is Corn Riggs