1- 4 1s+5s cross RH and cast down/up 1 place (2s+4s step up/down)
5- 8 1M+2s also 1L+3s+5M also 5L+4s dance circles round to Left. 1s+5s end in middle facing partners (Men facing down, Ladies facing up)
9-16 1s+5s set, dance ½ reel of 4, set advancing to partners, pass LSh to face 2nd corner positions
17-24 1s+5s dance ½ diag. reel of 4 with 2nd corners, turn LH to face 1st corner positions, dance ½ diag. reel of 4 with 1st corners, turn LH to face 4th corner positions (partner's 2nd corner position)
25-32 1s+5s dance ½ diag. reel of 4 with 4th corners, turn LH to face out on own sides, cast 1 place (3s+2s step up 31-32). 43521
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-4 1s cross by the right and cast WHILE 5s cross by the right and cast up;
5-8 2s1M 1L3s5M 5L4s hands round to the left, 1M1L5M5L finishing on the centre line, facing partners;
9-10 1s 5s set;
11-14 1M1L5M5L half reel of 4 up and down, finishing 5L5M1L1M on the centre line, facing partners;
15-16 5s 1s set advancing and pass partner by the left to finish facing second corners;
17-20 5s 1s half diagonal reels of 4 with second corners, finishing by turning partner by the left to face first corner positions;
21-24 1s half diagonal reels of 4 with first corners finishing by turning partner by the left to face partners' second corner positions;
25-28 5s 1s half diagonal reels of 4 with second corners, finishing on the centre line, left shoulder to left shoulder with partners, facing opposite sides;
29-32 5s 1s turn by the left and cast on own sides, finishing 4s3s5s2s1s.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
3-4 2s 4s step up.
17-28 These are not Mairi's Wedding reels passing left shoulder between half reels; 5s 1s turn partner by the left to finish facing the next clockwise corner position.
31-32 3s 2s step up.
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