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0 00:00And for the Young Ones J32 · 4S
Anne Dejean: RSCDS LI 6 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1--
All NHJ in a circle A&R twice
9--
All turn P RH : turn P LH
17--
All BHJ slip to centre | clap 4 times ; slip back | clap 4 times
25--
All dance BtoB with P ; All passing P Rsh chase 1 place, W clw & M cclw

Deviser's note:
This jig can also be danced by 2 couples only, since dancers only meet opposite persons and own partners. In this case, they can start in 1s and 3rd positions, leaving 2nd and 4th positions empty, until they arrive there end of bar 32.

0 00:00Invercauld's Reel S32 · 3/4L
Alexander Bowman: RSCDS XI 10 · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

1–
1c set | cast off (2c up) ; cross down between 3c and cast up to 2plx
9–
2c+1c R&L, 1c finish facing 1cnr
17–
1c set to and turn corners, finish between cnrs
25–
Reels3{6} on the sides (Lsh to 1cnrs) | 1c cross (to 2,1,3)

0 00:00Domino Five R32 · 5pS
Derek Haynes: A Second Book of Graded Scottish Country Dances · Crib: E-cribs · Diagram: Keith Rose's Diagrams

Four dancers, numbered 1,2,3,4 clw, stand in a square facing a fifth dancer in the middle, who faces the gap between numbers 1 and 4

1–
1+2+5 RHA ; 3+4+5 LHA
9–
5+1+3 Rsh diagonal Reel3
17–
5+2+4 Lsh diagonal Reel3
25–
dancers 5 & 1 change places passing RSH | 1 & 4 repeat ; 4 & 3 repeat | 3 & 2 repeat, 2 finish in centre and face up. the tracks from one corner to the next should be a smooth curve.