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Date Posted: 16:20:04 30/04/07 Mon
Author: midwest dancer
Subject: there is a post on a differnt dance board about this same topic.....more inside
In reply to: surprised 's message, "How is it that even some traditional set dances from the same region can be danced so different yet alone from different regions" on 20:14:03 26/04/07 Thu

They talk about "regional disparities" and each traditional has some variations. It depends on who the original dance master was, where in Ireland it was danced.

Another poster says how each dancer and/or school adds their own "special accents"

A third poster goes on to post to say that their dance school dances two different versions of Blackbird, but both are traditional.

Perhaps we will never know why there are different and i'm sure as the years go on there will be more variations and changes.

Link to the other page where i got this info from: http://www.voy.com/33031/

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