leading down and separating

Denise Smith

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RSCDS publication "Index To Formations and Movements in Scottish Country
dances' is useful for information like this. These are listed

Saw Ye My Wee Thing Book 25
A Trip To Glasgow Leaflet
The Duke He was A Bonnie Beau Bk 24
The Camp of Pleasure Bk 15
Sandy O'er The Lea MMM2

Cheers
Denise Smith

On , Helen B <xxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx> wrote:
> Greetings and Happy New Year,

> I am looking for dances where more than one couple leads or dances down
> the

> middle and the following couple(s) separate to let the leading couple
> come back

> up first. I've thought of Silver Tassie but I'm sure I know far more than
> that

> and I'd prefer them in quick time. Dance data shows 316 dances with lead
> down

> and up and I can't see a way to narrow that search down - am I missing

> something?

> Thank you,

> Helen

> Dublin SCD Club and RSCDS International Branch

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