The Second corner
in a Longwise set
, when the Scottish Country Dancing Couples
are on their Own sides
and in the order 2 1 3, 2nd Lady
is the 1st Man's Second corner
and 3rd Man
is the 1st Lady's
(see Diagram 23).
At the start of a 4-Couple Square set
, the Man's Second corner
is the Lady
on his right, i.e., three Places
away anticlockwise; the Lady's
is the Man
on her left, three Places
away clockwise (see Diagram 22).
See the section Corner for a more precise description.
For example, here are some Scottish Country Dances in which the term, Second corner
, is used in either the MiniCrib or the MaxiCrib Dance instructions
or both -
Auld Toon Of Ayr
Miss Clemy Stewart's Reel
Turning The Key
Ye're Welcome, Charly Stuart
Dance Video Clip Which Demonstrates Second Corner in a Longwise Set
Second Corner Video Clip
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