SCD Dance My Best Friend, Meo (4X32 Strathspey) Revised Clarified X2 URL .pdf
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Title: My Best Friend, Meo
Author: Preston Park
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My Best Friend, Meo
Strathspey, 4 Couples, 32 Bars
Tune (suggested): Miss Irene
Devised by Preston Park
1st, 2nd, and 3rd couples set.
3rd couple cast up to 1st place while 1st and 2nd couples with near hands joined
briefly dance down one place and turn away from each other to finish 3124
on own sides.
1st and 3rd couples dance four hands round half way.
3rd couple dance clockwise to finish in 1st place on own sides while 1st couple
turn with both hands to finish between 3rd couple retaining both hands.
Retaining hands, 1st couple dance a half poussette figure by themselves but
finish with a 3/4 turn to end in the middle in second place ready for half
poussette with second couple. 2nd couple dance in on bar 12.
1st couple with 2nd couple dance a half poussette, finishing on own sides
3rd couple with 2nd couple and 1st couple with 4th couple poussette right
3rd couple with 2nd couple and 1st couple with 4th couple Tournée. Finish
* Bars 9-24 are all setting steps.
* Preferred method of foot change for the dance is a quick hop
to the other foot on the beat.
* Written for Korbkarn “Meo” Hanutsaha, 10/16/1952-10/21/2011,
a long-time Scottish Country Dancer, RSCDS member, and
teacher for her benefit dance held May 18, 2012. Donations for
the dance were given to the American Kidney Fund.
* She loved Strathspey, Poussette, Difficult Dances, and
Beautiful Dances. I hope I got three out of four.
* “Meo” (Thai: แมว) is pronounced like meow except the “e” is
pronounced like the “a” in “cat.” It means “cat” in Thai. (Not
like the Chinese Mao though.)
video url: https://youtu.be/88CdCb-Dyxg
Korbkarn “Meo” Hanutsaha
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