Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

A Jig For Kay

Scottish Country Dance Instruction

A JIG FOR KAY (J32) Round the Room Stephen Webb
Sets scattered around the room, 2 facing 2

1- 8 All turn opposite person RH, finishing with polite turn to face partner on side; All turn partner LH, Men finish facing out
9-16 All dance Ladies' Chain finishing facing partner
17-24 All dance DoSiDo with partner; all dance RH across, retain RH of opposite person and take prom hold
25-32 Couples, with a new partner, promenade around the room and join another couple on bars 31-32 to start again

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



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