starting positions

Ron Mackey

Message 38050 · 13 Mar 2004 00:49:13 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Hi, Helen
You might to have a look at a copy of John Drewry's
'My Heather Hills'. It's a three couple dance and he has first and third
man changing places on the second chord. Does that give you what
you want?

On 12 Mar 2004 at 21:36, Helen Beaney wrote:

> Help please folks:
> I have a mostly-written dance in my head, with the progression up the ladies' side but down the
> men's side (as in Caddam Wood and Nighean Donn (and apologies Peter if I've spelt that wrongly).
> However, I don't want to change partners each time through, so I want to start with 1st lady and
> 3rd lady in each other's places. (It's a 3 couple dance, with 2C as dancing couple.) Changing
> places on a 2nd chord isn't very practical because 2L does not need to move, so can they form sets
> in place? I

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