The first two turns are in Strathspey time, the second two are in Reel time.
Note by Drewry: On [65-68] and [69-72] the W use RH twice. This can be avoided by substituting: [65-68] »All set to P | change places passing Rsh, (M face out)«
Note: The dry white sands on the north-west side of the Isle of Eigg are said to produce a musical sound when walked upon.
3C Chain Progression was earlier known as Chaperoned Chain Progression
Espagnole: both W lead RHJ to M side, cross and cast back to exchanged places while Men cross to W side, lead RHJ back to M side crossing to exchanged places ; all turn P EH (2,1)