Recently got this from Dale Rempert and am forwarding along. Cheers!
From: Dale Rempert <drempert(a)ix.netcom.com>
To: "Chrissy Fowler" <ktaadn_me(a)hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: FW: [Callers] FW: Re: dance title & author mystery
Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2006 02:04:28 -0500
A friend in the discussion group forwarded this thread on to me. I am Dale
Rempert. I did crate the dance Feet in Flight. It was published on the
Austin Barn Dancers web site. It was also published in Larry Jennings
The "real" dance, at least the way I wrote it has B1 as Corners cross (8)
then circle left (8). On the corners cross the men pass right shoulder
with a 1/2 gypsy. Then the ladies do the same. See
for this and other dances you might
Yes the folk process is very interesting. I did not know that there were
that many versions of the dance out there. But then, I'm a big
contributor to that same process too. I will change up other peoples
dances to fit my mood or the crowd or just to "correct" a minor annoyance.
When I do that I usually say the dane is a variation of ... when I call it.
Anyway, feel free to pass this info along the discussion thread.