Dance The Jig Is Up 17398

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

Devised by
David C Newitt (2014)
Intensity
882/888/888/888 = 70% (whole dance)
Formations
Steps
  • Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change
Published in
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Extra info
Challenged by David Newitt to ...

Challenged by David Newitt to write something other than “another beautiful waltz tune”, Patti wrote The Jig Is Up, with a nod to David’s tune, Changing Lights.

The name Changing Lights arose from a story only the composer seems to find very amusing: Friend was driving through San Francisco with her boyfriend. Stopped at a red light, she had to look away from the road, so asked, “Tell me if the light changes”. After a moment’s thought he replied, “Yes, the light changes”. Said she, “Grrr”. Light turned green and they proceeded to the next light, which turned yellow, then red. Said he (in voice of wonder), “Wow - this one changes too!”

The Jig Is Up 3/4L · J32

1--
1c+2c RHA ; 1c cross down as 2c cast up | All set (2,1x,3)
9--
All dance 6 bars of R&L for 3 and all face clw | 2c+3c chase 1 place clw while{2} 1c turn LH ½ into
17--
3c+1W & 1M+2c RHA (to 2,1,3) ; All turn P RH, 1c turning 1¼
25--
3c+1M & 1W+2c LHA ; Rsh Snake Pass to (2,1,3)

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NameDateOwnerLast changed
Bristol 2020 Weekend Classes Margaret Chambers March 17, 2020, 12:22 a.m.

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