Dance Findhorn In Flood 2169

Reel · 48 bars · 4 couples (3x,4x) · Longwise - 4   (Progression: 2413)

Devised by
John Drewry (1976)
Formations
Steps
  • Pas-de-Basque, Skip-Change
  • Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
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Extra info
John Drewry wrote in the ...

John Drewry wrote in the original description that the dance was for Simon Fraser of Nairn.

Furthermore, he notes: At Randolph's Leap near the confluence of the Findhorn and Divie there are two stones marking the record height of the waters during the great floods of 1829. Simon's father was born at Dounduff about half a mile north-east of Randolph's Leap.

Findhorn In Flood 4/4L · R48

3s & 4s start on opp sides

1-8
2s+3s advance to form circle with hands crossed as in Auld Lang Syne & set, circle L (hands crossed) end 2s facing up & 3s facing down (NHJ)
9-16
1s & 4s cast in 1 place & 1/2 turn RH while 2s & 3s dance up/down & cast into top/bottom places, 1s dance RH across with 2L while 4s dance RH across with 3L, end 1M behind 1L facing up & 4M behind 4L facing down in centre of set
17-24
1s dance LH across with 2M while 4s dance LH across with 3M, 1s+4s dance RH across & on last step turn to right to face corners (1M facing 2M, 1L+2L, 4M+3M, 4L+3L)
25-32
'Hello-Goodbye' setting: 1s set to corners, set between corners, set to next corner & into centre (1s in 3rd place & 4s in 2nd place)
33-40
All turn next corner RH onto sides, 4s+1s turn LH on side
41-48
All reel of 4 on sides ending 2 4 (1)(3)

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NameDateOwnerLast changed
White Rose Festival Afternoon Dances 2020 2020-07-11 Keith Rose Jan. 19, 2020, 1:58 p.m.

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