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Date Posted: 17:00:03 08/30/17 Wed
Author: jmo
Subject: My dd is an O podium placer, 9 time WQ, and WMH. There is no hard and fast rule, but generally she has done a hornpipe set at the O even when she is doing a hornpipe hard shoe. This is because hornpipe sets are longer, and therefore often considered harder. Of course, if you don't have the stamina, then go for hard jig.
In reply to: To Close to Change Set Now!! 's message, "Set Dance Choices for Oireachtas" on 12:25:21 08/30/17 Wed


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  • What region are you in? In our region, you need to do contrasting set for the O. If you're a hornpipe (4/4) you need to do a jig set (6/8) and vice versa. (NT) -- Interesting, 17:50:13 08/30/17 Wed
  • MidAmerica. U10 must do an opposing set, and of course the little ones must do trad set, everyone else is set of choice (NT) -- OP, 19:41:08 08/30/17 Wed
  • MidAtlantic requires contrasting set. (NT) -- ..., 21:14:58 08/30/17 Wed

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