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The Canberra Bluebell Logo

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THE CANBERRA BLUEBELL LOGO (J3x32) 3C Triangular Set Brian Gunning Second Canberra Book

1- 8 Ladies cast behind partner (2 bars), dance in for RH across 2 places round (4 bars), dance LSh round corner (Man) to Ladies' place (Ladies have moved 1 place anticlockwise)
9-16 Men cast behind new partner, into centre and LH across 2 places round, dance RSh round (new) corner (Lady) to Man's place. (Men have moved 1 place clockwise)
17-24 All facing new partners turn 1½ RH, meet next person and turn 1½ LH to all finish in original places, Men facing in, Ladies facing out
25-32 All dance 8 bars Schiehallion reels (to move 1 place clockwise). 312

(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)


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The dance name for this dance, The Canberra Bluebell Logo, was inspired by the floral emblem of the Australian Capital Territory, The Royal Bluebell.

Wahlenbergia Gloriosa, commonly known as Royal Bluebell is a perennial herb in the bluebell family Campanulaceae. It has egg-shaped leaves near the base of its stem, linear leaves higher up and usually a single purple flower with a tube-shaped base.

Royal Bluebell
Royal Bluebell


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Text from this original Wahlenbergia Gloriosa article on Wikipedia.
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