Waves Of The Sea is Mo Waddington's adaptation of Waves of Tory, which he
described in his post in this thread. (It looks good. I'm planning to use
On Sun, Jan 20, 2019, 1:08 PM Jonathan Sivier jsivier(a)illinois.edu
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I find that dancer (and non-dancers) generally enjoy the dips and
dives in Waves of Tory and other dances. The trick is getting them to
On 1/20/2019 10:04 AM, Dudley Laufman jdlaufman(a)comcast.net
Hey Pat: I think the dance Waves of the Sea, is actually WAVES OF
TORY. Good for Deb that she got away with that dance at a wedding.
easy with the dip and dive etc. But a nice
dance. Waves of Tory is
CDSS Manuals. Hope you find it. cheers,
On Sun, Jan 20, 2019 at 10:13 AM Pat Reeser tccaller(a)yahoo.com
I've been following this thread as I will be calling a ceili for a
wedding. I don't know Waves of the Sea and can't find it on the
web. How does it go?
Traverse City MI
On Saturday, January 19, 2019, 11:36:48 PM EST, dje h
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Thank you so much for all the advice. We danced Waves of the Sea
(thanks Mo!), Haymaker's Jig, Rakes of Mallow, Bridge of Athlone,
Thady You Gander, the Grand March, and a lot of waltzes. The bride
danced a solo jig. No 3s and 7s needed. Thanks again!