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Re: Not in Atlanta
Posted by Janet
10/10/2016  2:43:00 AM
why? I have one Associate Classical Sequence hopefully qualifying next month (she's 40)
and we have just taken our school examination and had children as young a 5 doing Classical Sequence. In our next of the woods Northwest England Classical Sequence is thriving, I spent yesterday with around 200 hundred people at the 64th Sequence gala in Southport and will be at the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool on Friday where you will regularly find over 200 people dancing Classical Sequence and I do mean Classical Sequence not modern or latin Sequence
Re: Not in Atlanta
Posted by Guest
3/3/2017  3:32:00 PM
Janet . Classical Sequence . Is n't that a new name for what was English Old Time. Which included Tango Solair and Veleta with its very precise severe foot positions and so on.
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