Dances for five dancers

Bruce Herbold

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there are three books of dances from the Santa Fe, New Mexico USA
class which apparently has much the same problem. They are called
Just Enough to Dance, Still Enough to Dance and Always enough to
dance. They are worth orderingand can be ordered directly from:
Jane Lataille
2420 Canyon Glen
Los Alamos NM 87544 USA

and questions can be answered by Deborah Dennison at d.a.i.d (at)
worldnet.att.net

In those books they cite other 3 4 and 5 person dances in SCD style including
Ellen's Request in the New Haven Book
Herself by Elizabeth Barnes in Kaliedoscope
and Take Five by Martha Varanth in the Four Corners Dance Book

hope that helps

Bruce Herbold
San Francisco

On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Christina Reiß <Xxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xx> wrote:
> 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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Bruce Herbold

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