Scottish Country Dance InstructionGRENOBLE GEM (S3x32) 3C Triangular Set Terry Lynne Harris Many Happy Hours: Pretoria 35th
1- 8 1M+2s and 1L+3s dance mirror reels of 3 (1M RSh to 2M, 1L LSh to 3L to start)
9-16 1s dance La Baratte:
9-10 1s ½ turn RH and retain hand but at arm's length from each other
11-12 1M retraces steps with 1L turning right under Man's arm briefly into Allemande hold (Man behind Lady facing Lady's original place) and releasing Lady's RH she turns under Man's left arm until almost in original places
13-16 1s turn RH once round. 123
17-24 1s+2s+3s Set&Link; Ladies dance RH across to place and face out while Men set and cast to Right to place and face in
25-32 1s+2s+3s dance 8 bars Schiehallion Reels to end 1 place to the left. 312
(MINICRIB. Dance crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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