Chords

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Message 44871 · 24 Mar 2006 19:53:45 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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Simon wrote:
"Also, someone else might wish to use a good piece of music for a
different dance, on occasion, but won't be able to if it has two chords."

Good point. In fact, I quite often use a recording that I know has nice
tunes on it for teaching a dance that doesn't come with its own music, or where
I don't possess the right music. And it's very irritating to discover in
class that every time I restart the music, there are two wretched chords. Of
course, you can say that I should have listened to the recording beforehand,
but I'll admit I don't always do that if I think I know what's on the CD.

So - for the purpose of your CD - I would join those favouring one chord.


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