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I don't presume that such local usage is necessarily globally correct, but it is a data point. that page also features strange (to me) capitalizations like "the Court masques"; "Morris Sides". Georgewilliamherbert , 21 February 2006 (UTC) I had the exact argument over English Country Dance some years ago on Wikipedia.
--LMS The Lichfield "tradition" has little tradition associated with it.-- Rsholmes , 17 February 2006 (UTC) The capitalization needs to be made consistent in the article.Unfortunately there is disagreement on the subject. I fail to understand why; it's not a proper noun in this case -- though I think it likely it derives from a proper noun ("Morisco").This is also consistent with the usage in the Swing (dance) article, which treats, e.g., "West Coast Swing" as a proper noun and uses lower case for the generic usage in "Many swing dancers today..." (that article, however, does also have some inconsistencies in caps usage).Rich Janis , 14 November 2007 (UTC) I removed this: for two reasons: first, it doesn't belong in the "styles" section, and second, it needs verification -- I've never heard of this sprite, in or not in conjunction with morris dancing.