Dance Boriston Ness 712

Jig · 64 bars · 4 couples · Longwise - 4

Devised by
Unknown
Formations
  • Hands round - 4 (HR;4P;)
  • Hands round - 8 (HR;8P;)
  • Lefts and rights (L&R)
  • Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
  • Note: Due to limitations in the underlying data, the relative order of formations in this list may be different from the order of formations in the actual dance.
Steps
  • Skip-Change, Slip-Step
  • Note: This list may be incomplete and/or incorrect.
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Extra info
Originally SCDDB attributed this dance ...

Originally SCDDB attributed this dance to Hugh A Thurston but according to issue 2228 the deviser was reported as unknown in the original Thistle #16 article - although similar to Thurston's Rosslyn Castle. It was probably devised around 1962.

The tune was originally given as Old Rosin the Beau but is now corrected to the similarly named, but apparently not identical, Rosin the Bow.

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