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Tom Mungall wrote:

"As for three couple dances that make good demo dances, I'll echo Wendy and
James, with "Flight of the Falcon". Another fine three couple dance IMO is
"Wind on Loch Fyne" which is a three couple strathspey done in a triangle
set."

Oh yes! And one could have everyone moving on the last four bars of Flight
of the Falcon so that the three couples finish in a triangular formation
ready for Wind on Loch Fyne. I'm not kidding. I haven't actually tried it, but
I think it could be done quite neatly.

Of course, one would have to choreograph the dancers out of Wind on Loch
Fyne afterwards, unless one had another triangular dance, but some way could
probably be found to do that too.....

Chris (currently in Leicestershire).

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