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  • Pia Walker

    Pia Walker March 9, 2006, 10:21 a.m. (Message 44599)

    RE: Difference Between Briefing a dance and Recapping a Dance

    And if we are to bring in much younger people, who presumably work during
    the week and therefore do not have the time or the inclination to memorize
    said dances, then briefing and recaps are necessary too.
    
    Here a lot of dances are on Fridays and I certainly can not be bothered
    going to dances where I have to think after a week which start at 8 and goes
    on until sometimes 6 or 7 o'clock every day.
    
    Pia
    
    -----Original Message-----
    From: strathspey-bounces-pia=xxxxxxxx.xxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
    [mailto:strathspey-bounces-pia=xxxxxxxx.xxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx]On Behalf Of Don
    & Margaret Sarna
    Sent: 09 March 2006 02:14
    To: Strathspey items
    Subject: Difference Between Briefing a dance and Recapping a Dance
    
    
    >Thankyouthankyouthankyou.  Our sentiments exactly.
    
    Margaret Sarna
    Michigan
    
     There are 6+ dance parties all within driving distance in the space of
    about 4 months. 16 dances per party, that's 96 dances to be learned by
    heart.  Not possible.  Perhaps there are some repeats but not  many.  This
    is why we need briefings and recaps.
    > Sylvia Miskoe, Concord NH USA
    
    
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