[SCA-Dance] "Drive the Cold Winter Away"
Garden, John (DPS)
John.Garden at aph.gov.au
Mon Feb 16 02:10:38 EST 2015
All good thought grist to the mill.
garden at earthlydelights.com.au
From: sca-dance-bounces+john.garden=aph.gov.au at sca-dance.org [mailto:sca-dance-bounces+john.garden=aph.gov.au at sca-dance.org] On Behalf Of Tim McDaniel
Sent: Monday, 16 February 2015 6:02 PM
To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org
Subject: Re: [SCA-Dance] "Drive the Cold Winter Away"
A thought just hit me: first man might be backing a D. from *man 2*.
(Hey, it's the only direction I hadn't considered so far. Except for
man 1 backing into woman 1.) In the Banys/Gresley dances, Armyn has A
hanging back from B and C with effect that, when they start the final
hey, A can start the hey at the same moment as B and C. But that
wouldn't have the same effect here, unless the other men were to
follow the leader through this point a double forward/back of the line
-- this would give man 1 4 extra beats to do ... something?
So I think this thought that just hit me may need to be thrown back.
Danet de Linccolne
Tim McDaniel, tmcd at panix.com
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