1- 8 1s+4s set, cast down/up (2s and 3s step up/down); 1s+4s dance ½ R&L. Men end facing out
9-16 4s+1s dance Ladies' Chain. 4s face up, 1s face down. 24(1)(3)
17-32 All dance Axum Reel to end back in position as bar 17
33-40 All turn person facing on sides LH once round; all dance anticlockwise ½ round. 24(1)(3)
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
3s 4s cross on second chord.
1-2 1s 4s set to partners;
3-4 1s cast WHILE 4s cast up;
5-8 1s 4s half rights and lefts, 4M 1M finishing facing out;
9-16 4s1s ladies' chain, finishing 2s facing down, 4s up, 1s down, 3s up;
17-32 all dance the full axum reel:
all dance parallel, reverse reels of 4 on the sides, always giving left shoulder to a dancer approaching on the sides, but from 1M's place pull left shoulder back to pass the approaching dancer by the right on the centre line and continue to 1L's place after 4 bars WHILE, from 4L's place, similarly continue to 4M's;
all finish as at bar 17;
33-36 2M4M 2L4L 1L3L 1M3M turn by the left, finishing facing anticlockwise around the set;
37-40 all chase anticlockwise halfway around the set, finishing 3s1s4s2s, 4s2s on opposite sides.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
3-4 2s step up, 3s down.
-8 No polite turn.
17-32 Except from 1M's and 4L's places, always follow the path of parallel reverse reels of 4; in particular, from 1L's and 4M's places, dance out at least to the side line ready to dance back in to pass left shoulder at the end in the next, 2-bar, phrase.
19-30 Follow exactly 2 bars behind the dancer immediately preceding you in the axum reel.
31-32 From 1s' and 4s' places, extend the standard, 2-bar, movement of the axum reel as necessary to finish as at bar 17.
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