Dance The Whale's Moo 13507

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

Devised by
Margaret Zadworny (2007)
Intensity
800/844/888/488 = 53% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change
Published in
Extra info
Whale's Moo is a ...

Whale's Moo is a rock formation along the Moray coastline in Portknockie. The huge stack is connected to another formation by a sloping rock arch, variously described as a sinking ship, bow and fiddle or a whale's tail. Variously called the Whale's Mouth, Whale's Moo, or Faal's Moo - it resembles the open mouth of a singing whale.

The Whale's Moo is a cave which penetrates the buttress with openings on both the shore and seaward sides thus making a natural archway. A large pool to the right of the beach opening is the Whale's Moo Pot.

The Whale's Moo 3/4L · R32

1--
1c dance down the middle, cast up round 3c, dance up between 2c and cast off (2c up ) (2,1,3)
9--
Diagonal R&L (unusual: first to the L, then to the R) (3x,1,2x)
17--
All set | A&R | set (3x,1,2x)
25--
3c+2c chase to next place clw round 1c who stand, 3M+2W casting to start | all set to opposite ; repeat last 4 bars. (2,1,3)

The Whale's Moo 3/4L · R32

1-8
1C dance down 2 places, cast up behind 3C, dance to the top and cast to 2nd place (2C step up on Bars 7-8)
9-16
2C+1C+3C dance diagonal R+L (8 bars) M up W down both times (3)1(2)
17-24
3C+1C+2C set, adv+retire and set again
25-28
3C+2C chase one place clockwise round the standing 1C, all set
29-32
Repeat Bars 25-28 213
NameDateOwnerLast changed
FSCDC 15 May 2012 2012-05-15 Anselm Lingnau May 15, 2012, 12:05 p.m.
Munich Ball 27 May 2012 2012-05-27 Anselm Lingnau May 14, 2012, 9:54 p.m.

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