Good Dances

Ron Mackey

Message 37404 · 23 Dec 2003 22:40:59 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> Ewen Rennie wrote:
>
> > What makes a good dance?
> >
> > For me there are two aspects - involvement and flow.
>On 22 Dec 2003 at 19:41, Anselm Lingnau wro

> Yes, but how is »involvement« related to »goodness«? ...................................
.................etc
>Where that point lies is very
> difficult to figure out in a general sense.
>
> Anselm

But in a specific sense it could lie somewhere between music and movement -
as in a dance such as Belle of Bon Accord??

Seasons greetings to everyone and agreement with the previous comments.

Incidentally, I offer the recently heard variation of the famous toast
1. Here's tae us.
2. Wha's like us?
3. Damn few.
4. An' they're a' deid !

The modification is
4. An they're a' dancers.

A guid New Year tae ane an' a'.

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