Book 37 (was corners (again))

Helen Beaney

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As I'm at work I don't have any of my books to hand, but looking at Anselm's comments I'd say I know a higher proportion of dances from Book 37 than many of the other books, especially the early ones. We've had the Nurseryman on the Dublin programme a couple of times in the last few years.

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Helen
Dublin SCD Club and RSCDS International Branch

xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx wrote:
Hmmm. Looking at Book 37, I'd say that Gothenburg's Welcome is probably the
most popular around here, with Moment of Truth and The Reverend John
MacFarlane coming up behind. Bonnie Ina Campbell is one of those dances with
a tricky chain-like thing in the middle -- I quite like it but this sentiment
is apparently not universally shared. We don't do Saint Andrew's of Brampton
nor The Nurseryman all that often but I don't think that has to do with the
complexity (or not) of the description :^|

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