My guess as to the reason for this is that the original data used to compile
DanceData did not include it. To add this information would be quite a large
task (more than 500 dances). If anyone would like to undertake it, then I
suggest they get in touch with Alan Paterson about how he would like to
receive it and he will, I am sure, be happy to add it to the database.
On 23/10/2007, Loretta Holz <email@example.com> wrote: > > Anselm gave examples of dance program format generated by his website-- > 1. The Laird of Milton's Daughter J32 3C/4 RSCDS XXII 10 > 2. The Compliment S32 2C/4 Goldring: Goldring > 12more > 3. Duke of Perth R32 3C/4 RSCDS I 8 > 4. The Flying Spur J32 3C/4 Drewry: Canadian > 5. The Gentleman S32 3C/4 RSCDS XXXV 5 > 6. J.B. Milne R32 3C/4 Foss: Angus Fitchet > > This is a wonderful service you are providing to those who make up the > dance booklet, Anselm. Thanks for all the work you do for the rest of > us. > > My question is this -- > when the dance is in an RSCDS publication the devisor is not named (for > example, RSCDS XXXV 5). If it is not in an RSCDS book the devisor is > named along with the publication (for example, Drewry: Canadian). Just > wondering why the devisor does not get personal credit once the dance is > in an RSCDS publication. > Loretta > Loretta Holz, Warren, NJ USA >