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0 00:00EH3 7AF J32 · 3/4L
Roy Goldring: RSCDS XL 6 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c lead down the middle and up, on [8] 2c+3c step in for
9–
1c+2c+3c Promenade, at end 1c cast off (to 2,1,3)
17–
1c cross Rsh | turn 1cnr RH ; cross up/dn Rsh | turn 2cnr RH (2,1x,3) |
25–
2c+1M & 1W+3c RHA ; 1c ½Fig 8 Rsh round 4cnr (2,1,3)

0 00:00Orpington Caledonians R32 · 3/4L
John Brenchley: RSCDS XLIX 2 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1--
1c set | 1W followed by 1M cast off 1pl (2c up on 5-6) and cross | 1c+3c turn LH ½ on sidelines (1M+3M face out)
9--
1c+3c L-Chain (1M face out)
17--
1M followed by 1W cast up (3c down on 19-20) and cross ; 1c+2c RHA (1M+2W face out)
25--
Reels3 on the sides, 1c Lsh to 3c (2,1,3))

0 00:00Miss Eleanor S32 · 3/3L
Ann Dix: RSCDS XLIX 5 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1--
Mirror Reels3 on the sides, 2c start out and up
9--
1c set | cast off (2c up) ; turn RH and cast R (2M steps down, 3W up), (to 1,2,3 on M side, 2,3,1 on W side)
17--
3 couple Bourrel (3,1,2)
25--
Circle6 and back (3,1,2)

0 00:00Tribute to the Borders J32 · 3/4L
Roy Goldring: The Leaflet Dances with Music · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c cross RH | cast (2c up) ; turn 1¼ RH to promhold facing M side
9–
1c Rsh ½Reel3 with 2M+3M ; Rsh ½Reel3 with 3W+2W, 1c finish in centre facing 3W (now in 1W pl)
17–
1c set to 3W pulling Rsh back | set to 2W ; set to 2M | 1c set to 3M while{2} 3c+2c set advancing into
25–
3c+1c+2c Allemande

0 00:00Muirland Willie J32 · 3/4L
RSCDS XXI 9 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c lead down to 3pl, cross and cast to 2pl, while{} 2c set and cross RH into 3pl, while{} 3c cast to top and cross RH ; all C set (may advance a bit) and turn BH to own side (3,1,2)
9–
Repeat [1-8] from new positions (2,3,1)
17–
1c lead to top (2c+3c down) ; 1c set | 1c+2c set advancing
25–
1c+2c Poussette (2,1,3).

Unofficial: On 2nd turn, 4c has an easier start if 1c+3c+4c dance a 3c Poussette

0 00:00Pelorus Jack J32 · 3/4L
Barry Skelton: RSCDS XLI 1 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c cross RH, cast (2c up) ; 1c+3c RHA, finish 1M facing 1cnr, 1W behind him
9–
1c in tandem +1cnrs ½ diagonal Reel3, Rsh to 3W (1M & 1W loop R singly for lead change, so 1W now leads P) ; ½ diagonal Reel3, Rsh to 2W (+ lead change)
17–
Continue pattern twice
25–
2c+1c LHA ; 1c turn LH ½ | all set (2,1,3)

0 00:00The Belle of Bon Accord S32 · 4/4L
John Drewry: Deeside Book Part 2 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1M cross, cast off round 2W to finish in the middle facing up while{4} 1W crosses between 2M and 3M, casts up to the middle facing down while{4} 3c do the same round 4c (2c & 4c step up ½ place) ; 1c+2c & 3c+4c RHA
9–
1c+3c Reel4 in the centre of the dance
17–
1c+3c turn ¾ RH to finish facing up NHJ while{2} 2c & 4c dance up ½ place on the sides and in to face down NHJ. All set ; 2c+1c & 4c+3c circle4 L (to sidelines 2,1x,4,3x)
25–
1c/3c lead up & cross between 2c/4c and cast off one ; 1c+3c turn BH, opening to face down | 1c dance to 4pl while{2} 3c cast up to 2pl. (2,3,4,1)

0 00:00St Andrew's Fair J32 · 3/4L
Roy Goldring: Five Scottish Country Dances 1982 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c cross RH | cast off 2 (2c up) ; cross LH and cast up (2,1,3)
9–
All turn RH ½ | retain hold & set ; all chase clw to own sides (3,1,2)
17–
3c+1c+2c Circle6 and back
25–
All turn LH ½ | retain hold & set ; all chase cclw to (2,1,3)

note: 3c does not move on bars 1-8.

0 00:00Mairi's Wedding R40 · 3/4L
James B Cosh: Twenty Two SCD · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c turn RH | cast (2c up) ; turn LH to face 1cnrs
9–
1c ½Reel4 with 1cnrs (pass P Lsh) ; Repeat with 2cnrs
17–
Repeat with 3cnrs (1cnr person) ; Repeat with 4cnrs (2cnr person)
25–
1W+2c & 1M+3c Reels3 across, Lsh to 1cnr
33–
2c+1c+3c circle6 and back

Note: Cosh explicitly tells 1c to pass Lsh in [9-24]; however the Rsh pass is quite common, and nicknamed »Mairi's Divorce«.