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Taught/practised on: 2014 April 27 th
MOROCCAN MAGIC (R8x32) Terry Lynne Harris  Many Happy Hours – Pretoria 35th   1- 8 1s+2s dance the Knot, 1s finishing facing 1 st  corners 9-16 1s dance Pass & Turn with 1 st  corners, & 2 nd  corners, finishing facing out on own sides 17-24 1s dance RSh reels of 3 on own sides (6 bars), 1s turn RH to finish in centre in 2 nd  place facing down 25-32 1s lead down for 4 bars, lady dances under man’s arm, lead back up to 2 nd  place
The recommended music for this dance is “Miss Betsy Robertson” (trad.) which has been recorded by at least 15 different artists, always as a strathspey. This dance begins with The Knot which was devised as a strathspey formation and yet the dance is a reel. It dances very nicely as a strathspey, and The Knot in reel-time loses its elegance ..... Moroccan House is a guest-house in the Pretoria suburbs where visitors are treated to a visual feast of authentic hand-made Moroccan crafts and magical lanterns. The rooftop café captures the essence of a Moroccan house's entertainment area - in the Moroccan culture the highest form of honour, is to be invited into someone's home for a meal. Some recommendations from the menu are: Moroccan-infused cordials - rose, mint, rosemary lemonade, cinnamon citrus - Moroccan magic juice! Kefta tagine - egg poached in spicy moroccan meatballs in tomato sauce served with fresh spiced bread. Rghaif - Moroccan pancake drizzled with honey-butter served with fresh fruit and spiced syrup.