Miss Margaret Hill

Jennifer_Sawin

Message 7415 · 17 Apr 1997 22:40:49 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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This is definitely a dance that looks simple on paper ... until you
start to think about it! You definitely need a *short* set, or the
setting-past-2d-and-turning-3d figure is lurching and uncomfortable;
there was also a suggestion that 3d person advance strongly as they
begin the turn, in order to assist the 1s (mixed results when we tried
this, though). We have experimented with the "1W crossing back" bit -
I like it best in the same method as Kingussie Flower - two bars of
skipchange to dance directly across into the middle and tuck down into
place.

We put it on a social program as a "hey, this doesn't get done often"
dance. There seemed to be a consensus after we tried it that there
may have been good reason for that rarity. Personally, I think it's a
nice little dance that just needs a bit of interpreting ;) to improve
the flow.

Jenn

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