Scottish Country Dance InstructionGLASGOW REEL (R8x32) 3C (4C set) Jen Wood Dunedin Dances Book 6
1- 8 1s cross RH, cast 1 place and dance ½ Figs of 8 (Lady round2s and Man round 3s) and end facing 2nd corners
9-16 1s dance ½ RSh reel of 3 across and ½ reels of 3 on opposite sides and end facing 3rd corners (pstn)
17-24 1s set to 3rd corners and turn 2H, set to 4th corners (pstn) and turn 2H ending 2nd place own sides
25-32 1s dance diagonal R&L
(MINICRIB. Dance crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Dance InformationDevised for the 50th anniversary of the Glasgow University Scottish Country Dance Club, 2005.
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