Dance Miss Leslie Cunningham 13799

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

Devised by
Rod Downey (2006)
Intensity
800/844/800/866 = 41% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Strathspey setting, Strathspey travel
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Extra info
Devised October 2006 in Wellington ...

Devised October 2006 in Wellington as a teaching dance for Corners Pass and Turn. Most Strathspey with that formation seem quite difficult. Modified 3 December 2010, after a suggestion of Romaine Butterfield, namely the stepping up/down of the third couple, which makes the phrasing easier. The dance was inspired by the tune it is named after, "Miss Leslie Cunningham" by Muriel Johnston. This tune can be found as part of a Muriel Johnston set for the Strathspey "The Marquis of Lorne" track 3 of "A Dancer's Miscellany, Vol. 4", or part of the set for "John Derek Evans", in "Dancing Fingers, Vol 3" track 9. A suitable alternative Strathspey would be "The Armstrong's Rant" as recorded by Bobby Brown on "H.I.S.C.D", track 3.

Miss Leslie Cunningham 3/4L · S32

1--
1c cross RH | cast to 3plx (2c+3c up) ; cross LH | cast up to face 1cnrs (3c down)
9--
Corners Pass and Turn (2,1,3)
17--
1c set twice ; turn BH 1½ (2,1x,3)
25--
Reels3{6} across, 1c RSh to 4cnrs | 1c cross RH (2,1,3)

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