Dance Queen's Bridge 5426
Reel · 40 bars · 4 couples · Longwise - 4 (Progression: 2341)
- Devised by
- Wishart & Williamson (1960)
- Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change
- Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
- Published in
- Recommended Music
- Extra info
- According to the leaflet, the ...
According to the leaflet, the dance was devised by Mrs Anne Wishart and John Williamson and published by The Perth Branch of The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society to commemorate the 1960 Annual General Meeting.
The Music in the leaflet was composed and arranged by Derek Auld.
|The Queen's Bridge||Jimmy Blair and his Scottish Dance Band||Scottish Country Dances Volume 2||LP||1||R40 4||0:00||0.0||The Queen's Bridge/Glengarry March|
|Queen's Bridge||Jimmy Shand and his Band||Guid Luck Go Wi' Ye||LP+||6||R40 4||2:42||32.4||The Queen's Bridge/Calton Hill/The Hopeful Lover|
|Queen's Bridge||Jimmy Shand and his Band||The Magic Sounds of Jimmy Shand and His Band||LP||7||R40 4||2:42||32.4||The Queen's Bridge/Calton Hill/The Hopeful Lover|
|The Queen's Bridge||Marian Anderson and her Band||Highlander Music Scottish Dances Vol 12||CD||6||R40 4||3:00||36.0||The Queen's Bridge/Lady Mackenzie of Coull/Highland Lassie/The Boatie Rows|
Queen's Bridge 4/4L · R40
- All dance reels of 4 on sides
- All set (take hands on sides) & cross RH, all set & cross back RH
- 1s cross RH below 2s, cast to between 3s & 4s, cross LH & cast to 4th place own side (2s+3s+4s take hands bars 23-24 to step up)
- 2s+3s also 4s+1s dance RH across & LH back. 1s remain in middle facing up
- 1s dance up to top (2 bars), set, then cast to 4th place while 2s+3s+4s dance down on sidelines (2 steps), set, turn RH & dance up to places NHJ (2 steps) 2 3 4 1