This is one of those moving-setting dances like many of the older ones
which work without trauma if danced on the front foot, 'county/army style',
(which could be called 'travelling PdB). It is only when the setting is
done RSCDS style, on the back foot, that the problems start.
Happy Dancing :)
London, Croydon & International Branches
> > >> This, of course, is the Society teaching. I also remember Miss Milligan >> saying that when there is a two handed turn it should be danced with >> pas de basque! > > And that's one place where she and Miss Allie Anderson "agreed to > differ". And probably, as a result Miss Milligan became even more > determined to enforce pas-de-basque turns... > > Cheers, > Ian > > > I also remember Miss Milligan mentioning, that as long as a variation > doesn't alter the formation for more than two bars for two people or > compromise other dancers, it may be danced. > > This would be the case in Hamilton House. > > Simon > Vancouver > > > >