Azed Competition No. 1156  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1152  |  1161  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1156 Jul 1994TERPSICHOREAN normal24


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstP. D. GaffeyWhat’s prancer – and his toe, if fantastic?anag. & lit.; ref. Milton L’Allegro ‘light fantastic toe’
SecondD. A. CampbellDo chorines prate about their ‘art’?anag.
ThirdD. P. ShenkinWith grace of movement that could make carthorse pineanag.
VHCD. AshcroftPinter’s playful about edition of Horace, dealing with rhythmic feetanag. in anag.
VHCMrs P. A. BaxDancing routine, ten pairs dancing aroundchore in anag.
VHCC. J. BroughamWhat’s the art of Widow Simone? Crashing chopins à terreanag.; ref. ‘La Fille mal gardée’; chopin2
VHCMs S. C. CockburnRe art involved with arrangement of nice hopsanag. & lit.
VHCE. DawidRe chorines tap dancing?anag. & lit.
VHCJ. H. DingwallSo Charpentier’s arrangement – of ballet music for ‘Louise’?anag.; ref. Gustave C.
VHCM. EarleChinese parrot, sick as a canary, perhapsanag.; canary dance
VHCDr I. S. FletcherRe art with hips once twisting?anag. & lit.
VHCC. R. GumbrellSo one might dub the Twist novel re orphans etc Dickens’s secondanag. incl. i; ref. ‘Oliver Twist’
VHCA. J. GuyRoutine with ten pairs gyrating around might be thischore in anag., & lit.
VHCP. F. HendersonLike a ball (less clearly rendered as ‘near to spheric’)anag.
VHCA. HodgsonLike Nijinsky? Out of pointer’s reachanag.; ref. racehorse and dancer; pointer = point-to-point horse
VHCR. M. LutyHow ice partners blend, lacking touch of wit defining T & D performanceanag. less w; ref. Torvill and Dean
VHCD. F. ManleyIs heretic parson out of step in Lambethanag.; ref. L. Walk / Palace
VHCH. W. MassinghamPainter’s ochre in reproduction of canaries etc?anag. & lit.; canary dance
VHCD. PendreyFinishing first at Ascot, Chester and Ripon, like Nijinskyanag. incl. A; ref. racehorse and dancer
VHCDr I. TorbeDescriptive of Nureyev’s performance as the Prince or in ‘Variation’anag.; ref. Rudolf N.
VHCA. J. WardropAs pert chorine in lively style of dancinganag.
VHCD. WilliamsonSo the prancer, I musedanag. & lit.; mused = fuddled
VHCDr E. YoungStyle I so the prancer?anag. & lit.
VHCR. ZaraDancing, caper to shrine of danceanag.

HCs in competition 1156 awarded to:

F. D. H. AtkinsonN. C. DexterJ. P. LesterA. J. Redstone
Mrs B. AyreD. DrakefordJ. C. LeylandB. Simon
M. BarleyR. P. C. FormanR. K. LumsdonW. K. M. Slimmings
J. R. BeresfordH. J. GodwinMrs J. MackieA. St Quintin
Mrs F. A. BlanchardE. GomersallL. K. MaltbyC. Steele
B. W. BrookMrs E. GreenawayG. McStravickP. L. Stone
B. BurtonMiss C. HallidayT. J. MooreyR. C. Teuton
C. J. & M. P. ButlerD. HarrisC. J. MorseC. W. Thomas
D. P. ByrneP. HarrisonR. A. MostynD. H. Tompsett
Mrs M. J. CansfieldI. A. HerbertC. J. NapierMrs M. P. Webber
P. CargillR. HeskethS. L. PatonR. J. Whale
I. CarrA. W. HillA. J. PinelMrs B. J. Widger
J. ColemanW. JacksonDr T. G. PowellI. J. Wilcock
G. CummingJ. H. C. LeachMrs A. Price 
R. DeanC. LeesD. Price Jones