I've shared those suspicions for a long time -- also perhaps Jessie's
Hornpipe was double figures of eight across. Although in both dances the 3s
have lots of opportunities to do something other than dance and maybe that
was the point, but still....
On 4/30/09, Iain Boyd <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Greetings all, > > Does anyone have any information about the origins of this dance and, > perhaps, early instructions that might confirm my belief that it was > originally a two-couple dance rather than a three-couple dance as the > Society published it. > > Regards, > > Iain Boyd > > Postal Address - > > > > P O Box 11-404 > > Wellington > > New Zealand > > > Get fit, feel better! All the help you need at Yahoo!Xtra Health - > http://nz.lifestyle.yahoo.com/health >