Scottish Country Dance InstructionJEANETTE'S HORNPIPE (R8x32) 3C (4C set) Rod Downey Cane Toad Collection
1- 8 1s lead down and back up again to end BtoB facing 1st corners
9-16 1s set to 1st corners and turn 2H and pas-de-basque face 2nd corners, 1s set to 2nd corners and turn 2H and end in 2nd place opposite sides
17-24 2s+1s+3s advance and retire; 1s turn RH 1½ times
25-32 2s+1s+3s circle 6H round and back
(MINICRIB. Dance crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Jeanette's Hornpipe 8x32 bar Hornpipe for 3 Couples Rod Downey The Cane Toad Collection
A three couple, 32 bar hornpipe.
1-8 First couple lead down the middle and back up again to finish back to back in the middle facing first corners. Second couple move up on bars 3-4.
9-12 First couple set to first corners and turn them with both hands and pas de basque. First couple finish facing second corners.
13-16 First couple set to second corners and turn them with both hands and pas de basque. First couple finish on opposite sides in second place.
17-20 Second, first and third couples, with nearer hands joined on the sides, advance with two skip change steps and retire with two skip change steps.
21-24 First couple turn with right hands one and a half times.
25-32 Second, first and third couples dance six hands round and back.
Repeat having passed a couple.
(Dance crib compiled by the deviser Rod Downey, Johnsonville SCD Club Tutor)
Keith Rose's Crib Diagrams
Dance Instruction VideosJeanette's Hornpipe - Scottish Country Dancing Instruction Video
Dance InformationThis dance, Jeanette's Hornpipe, was devised in September, 1999 in Wellington, as a teaching dance to introduce 'set to and turn corners'.
Jeanette is a friend living in Wellington, New Zealand. We did our teaching certificates at much the same time.
The recommended tune is "Victoria Hornpipe".
Suitable music would be "Mr Wilson's Hornpipe," on "Scottish Dance Favourites" RSCDS CD
(Dance information from The Cane Toad Collection Of Scottish Country Dances, reproduced here with the kind permission of the deviser, Rod Downey)
Published in The Cane Toad Collection, reproduced here with the kind permission of the deviser, Rod Downey.