dances for 3 cpl sets?
Martin Sheffield June 2, 2008, 9:23 a.m. (Message 52583)
Le 2 juin 08 à 05:12, Monica Pollard a écrit : > Any suggestions for a demo dance that isn't super-difficult, but yet > fun to watch and dance, for three couples? We may dance them in 4-cp sets, but the vast majority of our dances are 3-cp dances. The choice is enormous. Some may require an extra cast-off, if you want each of thee three to dance as top couple. Whether they are fun to watch is a different matter. Martin
EvaDreyer June 2, 2008, 1:22 p.m. (Message 52586, in reply to message 52583)
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Alan Paterson June 2, 2008, 1:30 p.m. (Message 52587, in reply to message 52586)
>> Any suggestions for a demo dance that isn't super-difficult, but yet >> fun to watch and dance, for three couples? >> >> Monica No real idea if suitable for a demo, but I quite like my own dance Cambusnethan http://www.scottap.com/scd/dances/cambusnethan.html I'm told it's fun to dance. Alan