Essence of SCD (was changing tunes)

Rebecca Sager

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Hmm... I never met an ex-patriot Scot. Most I know believe no other country can hold a candle to the land of their birth. Expatriates, though, a bodacious plenty of them. Picky, picky...

Becky

Becky Sager
Marietta GA USA

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Subject: Re: Essence of SCD (was changing tunes)
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 15:06:22 EDT
The bravery comes from 40 years ago when I was trying to introduce live
music into Boston and nobody believed Americans could play it. SCD became
popular in the first place because there were so many ex-patriot Scots who wanted
to continue dancing.
Cheers,
Sylvia Miskoe, Concord, NH USA

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