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GUEST,Rana Mysterious aging of 'Lord of the Dance' (21) RE: Mysterious aging of 'Lord of the Dance' 02 May 01


Very often a dance will be "in the tradition of", as someone pointed out the dances may be traditional if the tune isn't. We do a dance in the tradition of Bledington but based on the Stan Rogers "The Idiot". It has the feel of a traditional Cotswold Dance though the tune certainly isn't. How far do you have to go back for a tune to be traditional? Most of them at one stage would not have been.

Rana


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