Dance Seattle Landing 11546
Also known as “Looking for a Latte”.
Strathspey · 32 bars · 3 couples · Longwise - 3 (Progression: 231)
- Devised by
- Elinor M Vandegrift (1998)
- 800/888/888/888 = 83% (whole dance)
- Strathspey travel
- Extra info
- Inspiration for the dance was ...
Inspiration for the dance was the tune of the same name written by Fred Moyes. Fred wrote the music for the Seattle Branch when he visited in February 1998. He came to buy an accordion and he played for a Branch monthly party while here.
The alternate name for the dance is "Looking For a Latte", a reference to Seattle's reputation as the "Latte Capital of the Universe".
Explanation of the figures by David Vandegrift -
1 - 8 Wending one's way through town in search of the best latte stand.
9 - 16 Espressing the ground beans with the crema ( couple 1) rising to the top.
17 - 24 Frothing the milk.
25 - 32 Running the stir stick round the inside of the cup to scoop out the foam.
|Seattle Landing||Fred Moyes||Transatlantic Ties||CD||12||S32 3||3:05||61.7||Seattle Landing/John Moffatt Middleton/There's Nae Luck Aboot the Hoose|
Seattle Landing 3/3L · S32
- 1c Fig8 on sidelines, start inwards (1,2,3)
- 1c followed by 2c+3c dance down, 2c & 3c divide ; 1c turn inwards and dance up, followed by 3c & 2c into
- 3C Allemande (2,3,1)
- Circle6 and back
|Hamburg Class 2018-11-08||2018-11-09||Dieter Lange||Nov. 9, 2018, 10:23 a.m.|
|Hamburg Class 2018-06-14||2018-06-08||Dieter Lange||June 15, 2018, 2:58 p.m.|
|Kitchener-Waterloo RSCDS October Dance 2018||2018-10-27||Kathryn Lecocq||Sept. 16, 2018, 1:21 a.m.|