Dance A Posh Scotsman 15452

Jig · 32 bars · 3 couples · Longwise - 4   (Progression: 213)

Devised by
Peter Dawson
Formations
Steps
  • Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change, Slip-Step
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Extra info
Dedicated to George Kerr, the ...

Dedicated to George Kerr, the regular musician at the Peterborough RSCDS practice sessions, who helps me with the music for my dances. George, a Scotsman settled in Peterborough (nickname of 'POSH') after serving in WW2. The City underwent a major rebuilding exercise some years ago and the dance is intended to show signs of the initial upheaval in the first eight bars of the dance. The City is famous for all its roundabouts and this is reflected in the circling shown in the last eight bars of the music.

A Posh Scotsman 3/4L · J32

1--
1c set | cross LH while{4} 2c+3c ½ R&L (to 1x,3x,2x) ; 1c+3c ½ R&L up/dn, 1c ending facing out while{4} 2c set | cross LH (3,1,2)
9--
1M casts down into Fig8 around 2c while{8} 1W casts up into Fig8 around 3c (3,1,2)
17--
3c+1c+2c ½ Reels3, 1c Rsh to 3cnrs position ; 1c turn P LH (2,1,3)
25--
Circle6 and back

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NameDateOwnerLast changed
Bedford SDG 2015-11-08 Supper Dance 2015-11-08 Keith Rose Oct. 24, 2015, 5:14 p.m.

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