3-couple sets for 2-couple dances...the term "double progression"

Anselm Lingnau

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Martin Sheffield wrote:

> In SCD, you progress one place at a
> time, except in some 5-cp dances, but even these are never referred to as
> having "double progression".

And of course there are those dances where 1st couple ends up at the bottom
(having progressed, e.g., three places in a four-couple set) as well as the
fairly new-fangled practice of mixing up the whole set so the new order is
something like 2413.

Anselm
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