1- 8 1s+2s circle 4H round and back
9-16 1s cross down and dance reflection reels of 3 on opposite sides
17-24 1s cross down and dance reflection reels of 3 on own sides
25-32 1s set and cast down to 4th place and 2s+3s+4s step up on bars 27-28, 1s cross up and face up between 2nd and 3rd places
33-40 1M dances RH across with 3L+4L as 1L dances LH across with 3M+4M, 1s cross and cast to 4th places own sides
41-48 1s cross up and dance reels of 3 on opposite sides with 3s+4s (dancing up round 3s to start)
49-56 1s cross up and dance reels of 3 on own sides with 3s+4s (dancing up round 3s to start)
57-64 4s+1s dance 4H round and back
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
25-32 1s set advancing to meet in middle with nearer hands joined facing down, 1s dance down for 4 bars to 4th place as 2s+3s+4s join hands and step up on bars 27-28 then 1s set.
46664 was Nelson Mandela's prisoner number, issued when he was incarcerated on Robben Island in 1964; he was transferred to Pollsmoor prison on health grounds and later to Victor Verster prison from which he was released in 1990. Following his five-year term as President of South Africa, he used Four Double Six Six Four as the name for a series of charity concerts intended to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in the country.