Twirling

George Watt

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Perhaps it shuild be cried ae; swurl.

Ae hauf turn wi ae wee swurl oot.

George T. Watt,
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> From: xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
> To: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
> Subject: Re: Twirling
> Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2012 15:42:19 +0100
>
> Oberdan Otto wrote:
>
> > Twirl is not an SCD term!
>
> Sorta kinda. The movement from bars 1-4 of »Argyll Strathspey« is often called
> »half turn and a twirl«, but so far the people in charge of the RSCDS Manual
> have not seen fit to sanction the term, which puts it on roughly the same
> footing as »hello-goodbye setting« and »teapots«.
>
> Anselm
> --
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> Progress is made by lazy men looking for easier ways to do things.
> -- Robert A. Heinlein

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