Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary


The term Below means further from the Top of a Longwise set when referring to Position in Scottish Country Dancing. It has the normal meaning when referring to the relative Positions of right and left hands when Taking Both hands.
For example, here are the first 4 bars of The Irish Rover -
1s Dance Down Below 3s and Cast up to 2nd Place Own sides.
For example, here are some Scottish Country Dances in which the term, Below, is used in either the MiniCrib or the MaxiCrib Dance instructions or both -
An Gearasdan
Bluebell Strathspey
Bonny Lads Of Earley
Copycat Fugue
Ferry Louper
Fugal Fergus
Here's Tae Us
Invitation Dance
Midsummer Madness
Nethy Bridge

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