Dances for five dancers

Christina Reiß

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Am 15.05.2010 um 11:32 schrieb Pia:

> where are you based? - I can see it is Germany, but where?
>
> Pia
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christina Rei? [mailto:Xxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xx]
> Sent: 15 May 2010 08:13
> To: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
> Subject: Dances for five dancers
>
>
> Hello out there! :-)
>
> We have founded a new group and aren't that many dancers so far. While
> looking for new ones, I'd not like to skip classes every week,
> therefore I'm looking for dances for 5 single dancers or 2 couples + 1
> single, or whatever combination of 5 people comes along the way. We
> have danced Domino Five and some dances that are handed around
> inofficially, but now we're running out of them. Could anybody help
> out? The problem is that we ARE 8 (in theory), but as it goes, one
> person has another appointment, the next calls in sick - and suddenly
> we're five AGAIN.
>
> The dancers in the group are all more or less intermediate (or at
> least we have no total beginners around right now).
>
> Would love to hear some suggestions! How do others cope with the
> problem?
>
> I hope you're enjoying your day!
>
> Christina
>

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