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  • Fran Smith

    Fran Smith March 20, 2006, 9:15 p.m. (Message 44783)

    RE: Two chords - a question

     The very point that occurred to me...
    Fran Smith  (herefordshire)
    	
    
    
    > From:: "simon scott" <xxxxx.xxxxx@xxxxx.xxx>
    > To: "'SCD news and discussion'" <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
    > Subject: RE: Two chords - a question
    > Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 09:39:32 -0800
    
    > Yes, this was discussed at some length not too long ago, but since I
    > already 
    > see a mini-consensus buildling on this go-round, I'll add my vote to it
    > with 
    > an analogy which perhaps makes sense.  When it is time to form sets for
    > a 
    > square-formation dance, we don't form a (more common) longwise set, and
    > then move 
    > into a square on a second chord.  So why not always form the set
    > according to 
    > the needs for the outset of the actual dancing?  A number of factors go
    > into 
    > the formation of the set...is it longwise or square, perhaps even a
    > triangle, 
    > and how many couples per set?...so why not who's on which side as well?
    > 
    > Robb Quint
    > Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
    > 
    > 
    > I agree ONE HUNDRED percent !
    > 
    > Simon
    > Vancouver
    
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