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October 01, 2008


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How'd it go?

Pretty well. We worked hard in the Regency class on the Bumpkin, and decided to do a trimmed-down version at the Assembly, since trying to teach the whole thing to new people at the same-day workshop struck me as a recipe for disaster.

The Schottische Quadrille was quite the challenge, and didn't quite fit into the time available given the level of experience in the class. It was still neat to do, and a more unusual way to practice schottische than just going round'n'round in the standard set of variations.


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