1- 8 1s Set&Cast 1 place, 1s cross passing LSh and cast RSh round 1st corners to face them
9-16 1s dance 'Hello-Goodbye' setting and end passing RSh to face out in 2nd place own sides
17-24 Promenade (Chaperoned) Chain progression:-
' 17-18 2s and 3s ¾ turn partner RH into middle while 1s dance clockwise ¼ round the set picking up 2L/3M...
' 19-22 who promenade ½ way clockwise while middle dancers (2M + 3L) turn LH 1½
' 23-24 2s and 3s turn partner RH ¾ to own sides while 1s dance clockwise ¼ round to end in 2nd place, all 3 couples in middle facing up. 312
25-32 3s+1s+2s dance Allemande
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-4 1s set and cast;
5-8 passing left shoulders, 1s cross and cast clockwise, finishing back-to-back facing first corners;
9-14 1s dance ¾ of hello-goodbye setting, finishing facing up and down on the centre line;
15-16 passing right shoulder, 1s dance to 2nd place on own sides, finishing facing out;
17-24 chaperoned chain progression:
17-18 2s 3s turn ¾ by the right WHILE 1s cast clockwise to finish 1M2L2M3L3M1L on the centre line, 1M2L 3M1L in promenade hold facing clockwise, 2M3L with left hands joined;
19-22 1M2L 3M1L promenade clockwise halfway around the set WHILE 2M3L turn 1½ times by the left, finishing 1L3M3L2M2L1M on the centre line, all releasing hold;
23-24 3s 2s turn ¾ by the right WHILE 1s cast clockwise to finish 3s1s2s on the centre line, all facing up in allemande hold;
25-32 all allemande, finishing 2s1s3s.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
3-4 2s step up.
17-24 The chaperoned chain progression is an elegant figure but requires care in phrasing: 1M 1L must move quite quickly in the first two and last two bars; the phrasing of bars 19-22 is a little counter-intuitive.
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