1- 6 1M+2L set as 1L+2M ¾ turn LH to finish 2M facing 1M, 1L facing 2L. 1s+2s dance ½ diagonal reel of 4
7- 8 2L dances across to 1L place, 1L to 1M place, 2M to 2L place, 1M to 2M place (1s on men's side, 2s on ladies' side, lady on man's right)
9-12 1s+2s set, Petronella-in tandem to middle, 1s facing up, 2s facing down
13-16 1s+2s Set+Link. 1s finish in 2nd place facing out, 2s in 1st place
17-20 2s+1s+3s dance ½ reels of 3 on sides (1M+2M, 1L+3L pass RSh). Bar 20 1s ¾ turn LH to face opposite sides
21-24 3s+1s+2s dance ½ reels of 3 on sides (1M+3L, 1L+2M pass LSh). Bar 24 1s turn RH to own sides 2nd place
25-32 2s+1s+3s dance 6H round and back
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1 - 2 First man and second lady set, while first lady and second man turn with the left hand to finish back-to back in the centre, first lady facing second lady and second man facing first man.
3 - 6 First and second couples dance a half reel of four on the diagonal.
7 - 8 First lady dances to first man's place, first man to second man's place, second lady to first lady's place and second man to second lady's place.
9 - 12 First and second couples set on the sides and dance petronella in tandem to finish with first couple facing second couple in the middle of the dance.
13 - 16 First and second couple set and link to finish in progressed places, with first couple facing out.
17 - 20 Second, first and third couples dance half reels of three on the side, first lady giving right shoulder to third lady and first man giving right shoulder to second man to begin. First couple turn ¾ with the left hand on bar 20.
21 - 24 Continue reels of three on the sides, first lady giving left shoulder to second man (third place) and first man giving left shoulder to third lady (second place). First couple turn ¾ with the right hand on bar 24 to finish in second place on own sides.
25 - 32 Second, first and third couples dance six hands round and back.
Repeat from second place.
(Dance Crib compiled by the deviser, Brian Charlton, June 2003)
Music: A suitable recording is 'Alltshellach' recorded on the Cairngorms CD.