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April 07, 2014

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Huh. Ok. That sounds like it would be incredibly pretty to watch.

It really is! I have a little video I made of my dancers performing it when we first worked out the figure, but I promised them it was only for my private reference, not for posting online!

At some point I will try to have a nice video made with dancers in costume.

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