Dance You Can Do It 15662

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

Devised by
Brian Charlton (2013)
Intensity
888/844/888/888 = 69% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change
Published in
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Extra info
The U-chain was devised by ...

The U-chain was devised by Heinz Duewell in his Tighes Hill book. It follows the form of a Grand Chain, except that all cases the giving of hands take 2 bars and when dancers get to the end of the set, they set before returning back along the previous track.

In the case of a “Bottom Open U-Chain”, the setting is in third place. For a “Top Open U-Chain”, setting would be in first place.

You Can Do It 3/4L · R32

1--
1c+2c+3c »Bottom open U-Chain« [as Gr-Chain, 2 steps/hand, 1c+2c change places RH to start while{2} 3c set, 1c & 2c also set at bottom instead of crossing] (3x,1,2x)
9--
½ diag R&L, 1c going R | ½ diag R&L, 1c going L (2,1,3)
17--
1c turn RH to 2pl and face out while{4} 2c & 3c set | cross RH (to 2x,1,3x) ; ½ Reels3, 1c Rsh to 3cnrs[pos] (3x,1,2x)
25--
1c turn LH to 2pl and face out while{4} 2c & 3c set | cross RH (to 3,1,2) ; ½ Reels3, 1c Lsh to 4cnrs[pos] (2,1,3)

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