Dance Betelgeuse 14510

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

Devised by
Robert Gregg
Intensity
800/888/888/844 = 56% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Skip-Change
Published in
Extra info
Betelgeuse is the brightest star ...

Betelgeuse is the brightest star in the constellation Orion. It is a multiple star and is an irregular variable around 1st magnitude.
In remembrance of Prof. H. K. Powell who began each astronomy lecture with a reading in Greek from Homer.

Betelgeuse 3/4L · H32

1--
1c cross RH | cast off (2c up) ; turn P RH (2,1x,3)
9--
Reels3 on sides, 1c RSh to 1cnrs. On [15-16] 1c pass P LSh to 2pl (2,1,3)
17--
Reels3 on sides, 1c LSh to 4cnrs. On [23-24] 1c pass P RSh and face 1cnrs
25--
1c turn 1cnrs RH | pass P RSh ; turn 2cnrs RH | pass P RSh to 2pl (cnrs dance 4 bars) (2,1,3)

Betelgeuse 3/4L · H32

1–
Cross, cast ; turn RH (face out) (2,1x,3)
9–
Reel3 (Rsh) on sides - pass Lsh to end 2pl own side facing out.
17–
Reel3 (Lsh) on side - pass Rsh to face 1crnr.
25–
Turn 1crnr RH, pass Rsh ; Turn 2crnr RH, pass Rsh to 2pl own side.

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NameDateOwnerLast changed
New Haven - Tuesday - 1 Nov 2016 2016-11-01 Peter Price Nov. 1, 2016, 1:32 p.m.
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