"double progression" only -> seven-couple set

Heiko Schmidt

Message 60835 · 21 Apr 2011 03:53:42 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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On 21.4.11 3:09 , Patricia Ruggiero wrote:
> We simply say we're dancing in a 7-cpl set having, in some earlier time,
> taught what that means. Obviously it gets taught again as newcomers join
> the group.

Same here!

This useful setting is also described as "seven-couple set" in the
"Indexed Guide For Progressive Teaching" (2003) by the late Derek Haynes
(1932-2005).

Cheers,
Heiko
[Vienna, Austria]

>> 'Round these parts we call this combination of a 3-couple and a 4-couple
>> set
>> "beg and borrow."
>>
>> / Lara Friedman-Shedlov
>> Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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