Corners pass and turn

Elainerb

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The figure as originally devised was Right hand, but I think many devisors
notate that as a two hand turn in Strathspey.

If the dance instructions were, Dance corners pass and turn, I would assume
RH, unless otherwise stated.

Elaine





In a message dated 11/10/2005 5:40:34 PM Eastern Standard Time,
xxxxx@xxxxxx-xxx-xxxxxx.xxx writes:

Is there any agreement on whether corners turn each other two-handed when
'corners pass and turn' is danced in strathspey time ?

Peter Hastings
Murieston

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