B McIntyre March 22, 2006, 6:30 p.m. (Message 44839)
Wesley Harry <email@example.com> wrote: Sounds like Glasgow Highlanders. Do you need a copy of the original instructions? If so mail me. Regards, Wesley ----- Original Message ----- From: "Victor Raymond" To: Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 7:41 PM Subject: Question about dances > Dear All, > > I probably ought to ask Linda Lieberman this question, but I'll toss it > out here. Forgive me if I'm just incapable of finding dances on my own. > > I'm looking for dances that include the following figure (and I suspect it > is a small number): > > At *some* point in the dance, the first couple dances down, picking up > second lady as they go by: 2L-1M-1L. As they are dancing down, second man > follows behind first man. They all turn over their (right?) shoulders and > dance up the line of the dance, the two ladies stepping forward to be on > either side of second man, with first man now trailing. I don't recall > how the figure ends, as there might be several ways to finish. > > If anyone might point me towards dances with this figure, I would be > grateful. Thank you. (Suggestions on how to search for this stuff would > also be appreciated) > > Victor > > > Victor J Raymond > vraymond "at" iastate.edu --------------------------------- Relax. Yahoo! Mail virus scanning helps detect nasty viruses!