The Shepherd's Crook

elizabeth mchardy

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Andrew

You can alter the travelling to finish where you want to be dancing as long you dance the correct no of steps

Elizabeth
Ayr

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> Reading the 'MacNab' book, 2007, the inference that I draw from the diagrams and the text is that the dance is performed facing the top of the room.
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> If this is so, do the dancers normally start somewhere in the middle of the room? This would be OK in a large ballroom, I suppose, but even then I would not feel comfortable. If one is performing in a limited space which does not have the room to dance down and up from the middle, but must perforce be at the top, surely one does not perform with one's back to the bulk of the audience?
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> Help, please.
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> Andrew Smith,
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> Bristol, UK.

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