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0 00:00Programme Item: Grand March

0 00:00Mrs Stewart's Jig J32 · 3/4L
Frans Ligtmans: RSCDS XXXV 1 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set | 1W casts, 1M following, round 3W, 1W dances up round 3M and 1M dances up the middle, 1c face 3c (2c up on 7-8) (2,1x,3)
9–
2c+1c+3c G-Chain (2c cross), 2M+1M finish facing out
17–
2c+1c L-Chain
25–
2c+1c+3c A&R ; 1c turn RH 1½ to (2,1,3)

0 00:00Flowers of Edinburgh R32 · 3/4L
RSCDS I 6 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1W followed by 1M casts off 2, 1W crosses below 3c and casts up M side while{} 1M dances up the middle, both to P's place {6} | 1c set
9–
1c repeat with 1M casting, finishing in original places
17–
1c lead down the middle and up
25–
1c+2c Poussette

0 00:00The Glasgow Highlanders S32 · 2/4L
Walter F Gillies: RSCDS II 3 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

2 chords. On 2nd chord 1W crosses down to R of P, 2W moves 1 place up and 2M crosses to her place, so 1c faces 2c.

1–
1c+2c R&L, finish with 2M between 2W & 1W facing down and NHJ, 1M behind him
9–
1W+2M+2W dance down the middle, 1M following ; all turn (W inwards, M R about) 1M NHJ with the women, and 2M following, dance up to finish in line across, the W on the sidelines facing P in the middle (1c on M side)
17–
1c+2c set to P: Glasgow Highlanders step (M may do some other Highland step)
25–
Reels4 {6} across the dance | 1c lead down the M side and 2c up the W side to face next couple. On reaching the top, 2c waits inactive on own side ; on reaching the bottom 1c waits inactive on own side.

Notes: The RSCDS prescribes a 4c set, but the tradition is a longwise set 'for as many as will'.

0 00:00Macleod's Fancy J32 · 4/4L
John Drewry: RSCDS XXXIII 3 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c+4c set facing diagonally | 1W+4M cast R round own sideline and meet with ¾ RH turn in the middle, to places while{6} 1M+4W make that turn and cast R round own sideline to places
9–
All dance Reels4 on the sides to finish (1,2,3,4) facing up/dn
17–
Middles (2c+3c) turn ends RH ½ way to form a St Andrew's Cross (1c+4c retain RH and give LHA in the middle) | all set ; continue turns once round RH, at the end 1c+4c pass Rsh on own side to end (2,4,1,3) (1M+4W with polite turn)
25–
(Middle couples solo:) 4c+1c set, Women cross NHJ and face ends while{2} Men cross over outside them and turn inwards to join P ; 4c(1c) lead up RH (lead down LH) between 2c(3c), cross and cast to 2pl(3pl) (2,4,1,3)

0 00:00The Countess of Dunmore's Reel R32 · 3/4L
Deirdre MacCuish Bark: RSCDS XLIX 12 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1--
1c set | dance down (2c up) ; cast up round 3c | set advancing to face 1cnr
9--
1c turn 1cnr RH, pass Rsh; turn 2cns RH, pass Rsh to face out in 2pl (cnrs dance for {4}) (2,1,3)
17--
[3C Chain Progression] 1c cast ¼ clw round set while 2c & 3c Turn RH ¾ | 2M+3W turn LH 1½ while{4} the others promenade clw ½ round set | 3c+2c turn RH ¾ while 1c dance clw to 2pl (3,1,2)
25--
all chase ½ way clw ; set | cross RH (2,1,3)

3C Chain Progression was earlier known as Chaperoned Chain Progression

0 00:00Anna Holden's Strathspey S32 · 2/4L
John Drewry: RSCDS XLII 2 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c+2c RHA (2c face out) ; 1c cross down, while{2} 2c cast up | 1M+2W & 2M+1W Turn ¾ easy hand to line4 across facing down (1c between 2c)
9–
All dance down, on [12] 1c turns in and 2c meets, all NHJ ; 1c+2c dance up | 1c cast off to 2plx, while{2} 2c dance to 1pl (loop is usual)
17–
All set | »petronella in tandem« ; repeat (to 1,2x)
25–
All set | ½ Circle4 Left ; 1c turn BH 1½ to 2pl.

0 00:00Miss Allie Anderson J32 · 3/4L
Mina Corson: The Leaflet Dances with Music · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
All clap, 1W+2W+3W dance Rsh once round P to face down with him RHJ ; All lead down the middle
9–
All M turn P under R arm and lead up to (1x,2x,3x) ; All set, ½ RH turn into
17–
1c+2c+3c Promenade (1,2,3)
25–
1c+2W RHA, 1M finishing 2pl own side (2M up on [3-4]) ; 1c+2M LHA (2W up on [7-8]) to (2,1,3)

0 00:00Prince Rupert's Fancy S32 · 3/3L
John Drewry: The Canadian Book of Scottish Country Dances · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c dance down the middle NHJ {3}, change sides (1W crosses above, under 1M's L arm) {2}, dance up and behind 2c to 1plx
9–
mirror Reels3 on opposite side, 2c starting out and up (1x,2,3)
17–
1W+2M & 1M+2W turn 1¼ easy hand ; 1c crosses down to between 3c and turn 3c 1¼ easy hand to (2,3,1)
25–
Circle6 and back.

0 00:00Mrs MacLeod R32 · 3/4L
RSCDS VI 11 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c+2c RHA ; LHA
9–
1c lead down the middle (2c up) ; and up to face 1cnrs
17–
1c set to and turn corners, finish between corners
25–
Lsh Reels3{6} on the sides, 1c cross RH.

0 00:00Programme Item: interval

0 00:00Quarries' Jig J32 · 3/4L
Kent W Smith: RSCDS XXXVI 3 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set | cast (2c up) ; ½ Fig8 Lsh round 1cnr (2,1x,3)
9–
1M+2c and 1W+3c Lsh Reels3 across, at end 1c LH turn to face 1cnrs
17–
1c+1cnrs change places RH while{2} 2cnrs set | centre dancers change places LH while{2} the others chase clw one position ; repeat from new positions
25–
Repeat from new positions, but to finish 1c turn LH to 2plx ; 2c+1c+3c set | 1c cross RH.

0 00:00From Scotia's Shores We're Noo Awa' S32 · 3/4L
Robert M Campbell: The Leaflet Dances with Music · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c turn RH | cast off one (2c up) ; 1c turn RH ¾ and dance Rsh round 4cnr to (2,1,3)
9–
1c passing Lsh turn 1cnr RH | pass P Rsh ; turn 2cnr RH | cross Rsh to 2pl facing out and up (2,1,3) into
17–
Mirror Reels3{6} on own sides | 1c+2c dance an extra loop to finish (1,2,3)
25–
1c+2c Tournée

0 00:00Portnacraig R32 · 3/4L
Linda C Gaul: RSCDS XXXVI 1 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set (no advance), turn BH ½ into the middle NHJ facing 2c diagonally (drop hands) ; 1c set to 2c and face out | turn 2c EH ½ (2,1x,3)
9–
All A&R ; ½circle6 L (3x,1,2x)
17–
1c pass Lsh into ½ Rsh Reel4 with 1cnrs, pass Lsh into ; ½ Rsh Reel4 with 2cnrs (to 2,1x,3)
25–
1c ½Fig8 round 3c ; All turn RH (2,1,3)

0 00:00Follow Me Home J32 · 3/4L
Ellie Briscoe: RSCDS XXXVIII 3 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set | cross RH ; cast off (2c up) | turn ¾ LH
9–
BiL with 1cnrs | ½ turn 1cnrs RH ; 1c followed by 1cnrs chase clw round 4cnrs to leave 1cnrs in exchanged places, and join LH to 2cnr, RH to P
17–
BiL with 2cnrs | ½ turn 2cnrs LH ; 1c followed by 2cnrs chase cclw, 1c crossing Lsh to 2plx facing out (3x,1x,2x)
25–
½ Lsh Reels3 on the sidelines ; All set and cross (2,1,3)

0 00:00Sugar Candie S32 · 3/4L
RSCDS XXVI 9 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set | cast off (2c up), pass Lsh and cast R round 1cnr, to finish BtoB in the centre, M facing down, W up
9–
1W+2c & 1M+3c circle3, at end 1c swivels R to face P ; 1c set, turn ¾ BH to face 1cnrs (open out with 1M using RH to assist P)
17–
Turn CPCP
25–
Reels3{6} with corners, Lsh to 1cnr, 1c cross RH to (2,1,3)

0 00:00Angus MacLeod R64 · 4/4L
Alex T Queen: Angus MacLeod · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

When setting in the centre, the turn is on the second PdB

1–
2c+3c (called »centres«) dance in and face diagonally in | set NHJ with turn R to face 1c+4c (= »cnrs«) ; all pass Rsh and face in diagonally | all set, cnrs swiveling R to face out
9–
All pass Rsh and face in diagonally | all set, centres turning R about ; cnrs turn centres RH
17-32
Centres LHA to face own cnrs again ; intersecting diagonal Reels4{12} (use ½ LHA in {2} to pass in the middle)
33–
Centres change places with P LH (2W & 3M polite turn) to face new cnrs, set to cnrs ; turn that cnr by outside hand (centres pass through top/bottom of the set) back to centre facing each other diagonally
41–
centres set and 4 spring points ; repeat
49–
Centres dance (NHJ) out at own ends and cast round to centre again facing diagonally in ; set and 4 points
57–
Centres dance (NHJ) out at opposite ends (3c make arch for 2c) | cast L (NHJ) (2c round 4W and 3c round 1M), and on to own end of set (cnrs step in to centre places, to order 2,1,4,3)

Repeat once with new centres and cnrs
In some areas the inner dancers who pass to corners stay facing out, and swivel to face inwards during the setting.

0 00:00Jean Martin of Aberdeen S32 · 3/3L
Muriel A Johnstone: Magazine Dances 2005-2009 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c Turn RH, cast (2c up) ; All circle6 L ¾ into lines across (W facing down, M up)
9–
All set | change places RH with P ; All circle6 L left ¾ and end in middle facing up (3,1,2) for
17–
Allemande (2,1,3)
25–
1c+3c Bourrel : 1M+3W set adv. | Turn BH ¾ & twirl to end BtoB in middle, 3W facing up & 1M down while{4} 1W+3M chase cclw to face P ; set to P | Turn BH ¾ to (2,3,1)

0 00:00The Earl of Mansfield R48 · 4/4L
John Drewry: The Leaflet Dances with Music · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c+2c circle4 and back
9–
1c face 2c & 3c face 4c, all set | change places RH ; all set | change back RH (2M+4M face out and up) (1,2,3,4)
17–
1M+2c & 3M+4c Lsh Reels3 across, the M taking P in promhold on [20] ; 1c+3c finish on M side in promhold facing in and down
25–
3c with 1c following dance between 4c, divide & cast up ; 3c cross up between 2c and cast to 3pl (2c up) while{4} 1c dance on up and turn LH to face 1cnr
33–
1c turn 1cnrs RH, pass Rsh (cnrs dance 4 bars) ; 1c turn 2cnrs LH, to 2pl facing up NHJ (2,1,3,4)
41–
1M+2M+3M LHA while{4} 1W+2W+3W RHA ; 1c breaks to dance down NHJ and 3c follows into ; 1M+3M+4M RHA while{4} 1W+3W+4W LHA (to 2,3,4,1)

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«.