dances for 3 cpl sets? Was Re: favourite books

Anne Marshall

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How about Giants of Foudland - three couple triangular set, and
Schehallion Reels. We love it.
I think we dance it to Sounds of Harris, but I'd have to check that to
be sure.
Anne

Xxxxx1Xxxxxx@xxx.xxx wrote:
> 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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