Two Chords - from a deviser's point of view

Ron Mackey

Message 44881 · 26 Mar 2006 01:03:27 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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> >
> That clinches the argument for me - if the Scottish can do it then surely
> the rest of us can too. And if the Scottish DO do it, then we SHOULD too.
> But now can we move on, because this is becoming a bit of a tennis match
> between Simon and whoever will answer him.
>
> Campbell

Well, it doesn't for me!
I've been carrying out a quick poll of the dancers I meet each week
and the vast majority say that the usual two chords produce a messy
and untidy feel to the start of a dance.

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