Dance The Everchanging Medley 12965
Medley · 96 bars (J32+S32+R32) · 3 couples · Triangular
- Devised by
- John Morris (2005)
- Skip-Change, Strathspey travel
- Published in
- Extra info
- From the book:
The dance ...
From the book:
The dance was originally devised so that after each sequence, not only do the dancers change partners and positions, but the rhythm also changes. However the "medley" could also be danced using only two rhythms, i.e. strathspey - jig (reel) - strathspey or jig (reel) - strathspey - jig (reel). Indeed, the "medley" could be danced with only one rhythm throughout - strathspey or jig or reel. The choice is up to you, but it is advisable to inform the dancers (and band) beforehand.
|The Everchanging Medley 2||David Cunningham and his Scottish Dance Band||The Vallin Suite 2||CD||7||M96 1||2:19||46.3||Jig for Archie/Crowhillock/Miss C. M. Barbour|
|The Everchanging Medley 1||David Cunningham and his Scottish Dance Band||The Vallin Suite 2||CD||6||J32 3||1:49||36.3||Miss Katrina Margaret Douglas/The Fourth of February/A Tune for Derek|
|SJR medleys||Bruce Herbold||Jan. 22, 2022, 4:12 a.m.|
|Budapest SCD Weekend 2015 - dances taught||2015-04-25||Zoltán Gräff||April 26, 2015, 8:45 p.m.|