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0 00:00The Wild Geese J32 · 3/4L
RSCDS XXIV 3 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1c+3c set advancing to midline with P on R | BiL ; 1c turn ¾ RH and cast off to 3pl while{4} 3c turn ¾ RH and lead to 1pl (3,2,1)
repeat [1-8] from new positions (1,2,3)
1c lead down the middle (2c up on [19-20]) ; and up to (2,1,3)
2c+1c R&L

0 00:00The Duchess Tree S32 · 3/4L
John Drewry: Summer Collection, Set 4 (Scottish Country Dances, Volume 4) · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

Mirror Reels3 on the sides (1c cast off, 2c cross up LH, 3c join NH facing down and cast up), all c touch hands when possible, at end 1c&3c dance to own place NHJ and turn inwards so 1c faces 3c NHJ (12x,3)
All set | all circle6 L ; all M turn W on their right BH | continue circle6 (to 1,2x,3)
1c+2c RHA ; 1c cast off one and lead up to 1pl while{4} 2c lead up, cross, cast off and meet P, ready for
1c+2c Allemande (2,1,3).

0 00:00Crockett's Victory Garden R32 · 4/4L
Harry C Ways: Bicentennial Book plus Seven SCD · Crib: E-cribs

1c lead down {3}, up {3}, cast off to 2pl (2c up)
2c+1c 6 bars of R&L | 2c facing 1c set
1c (start in) turn 2c EH 1½ on the sideline ; 1c+3c repeat (1c out)
1c+4c repeat (1c in) ; all couples dance BtoB (2,3,4,1)

0 00:00The Luckenbooth Brooch J32 · 3/4L
John Bowie Dickson: Reels and Wheels (CD booklet) · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1c in promhold (1M on the R) Reel3 with 2c (Rsh to 2M), 2c finish in 1pl
Repeat with 3c, finish in centre, facing M side, 1M above 1W
2c+3c dance R&L while{8} 1c dance out on M side, divide and cast to meet in centre, dance out on W side, divide and cast into
In lines across 1M+2c facing 1W+3c set twice ; 1c turn RH 1¾ to promhold to continue (2,1,3) (on 2nd time through, turn RH ¾ and dance down to 4pl (4c up))

0 00:00MacDonald of the Isles S32 · 3/3L
Derek Haynes: Carnforth Collection of SC Dances 2 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

2c diagonal Reel4 with 1cnrs, at end dance Lsh round P to face 2cnrs
2c diagonal Reel4 with 2cnrs (2cnr loop by the R) (to 1,2,3)
1c+2c+3c »snowball« G-Chain (1c begin, 2 bars per hand) (to 3,2x,1)
3c+2c ½ R&L ; 3c ½ Fig8 R (3M up, 3W down) (2,3,1)

0 00:00Mairi's Wedding R40 · 3/4L
James B Cosh: Twenty Two SCD · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1c turn RH | cast (2c up) ; turn LH to face 1cnrs
1c ½Reel4 with 1cnrs (pass P Lsh) ; Repeat with 2cnrs
Repeat with 3cnrs (1cnr person) ; Repeat with 4cnrs (2cnr person)
1W+2c & 1M+3c Reels3 across, Lsh to 1cnr
2c+1c+3c circle6 and back

Note: Cosh explicitly tells 1c to pass Lsh in [9-24]; however the Rsh pass is quite common, and nicknamed »Mairi's Divorce«.

0 00:00The Doe at Dawn J32 · 2/3L
Robert Gregg: The Arches of MacGregor and other Scottish Country Dances · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

0 00:00Pat Morrison's Delight S32 · 2/4L
Christopher Anagnostakis: Nutmeg Collection of Scottish Country Dances · Crib: MiniCribs

1s Advance 1 step (touch RH) & Retire, petronella turn into middle, Advance 1 step (touch RH) & Retire & petronella turn to opposite sides
1s+2s dance RH across & LH back
1s+2s dance Ladies' Chain (up/down middle) ending in line up/down middle (Lady facing down & Men up)
1s+2s dance HS Poussette:
1s set HS step with both hands joined dance out to Men's side while 2s set & dance out to Ladies' side both couples end with a 1/4 turn to right
1s dance HS down Men's side while 2s dance up Ladies' side both couples end with a 1/4 turn to right
2s+1s dance HS into centre to reform line of 4 in middle
2s+1s 3/4 turn partners with 2H to own sides

0 00:00A Trip to Bavaria R32 · 4/4L
James MacGregor-Brown: Collins Pocket Reference: Scottish Country Dancing · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1c+4c cross RH, while{} 2c+3c ½RHA | middle and end Cs change place LH on sides ; repeat 3 times, finish (1,2,3,4) 1c facing down, 2c up
1c set to 2c | cross down to face 3c (2c dance up) ; 1c+3c repeat
1c+4c repeat ; All A&R, 1c changing sides RH on [30] (2,3,4,1)

Note: on [30] the original says »RH«, but »BH« is widely used.