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October In Rechberg

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OCTOBER IN RECHBERG (S3x32) 3C set Bill Zobel and Muriel Johnstone 2010 Dancing on Air

1- 8 1s nearer hands joined (briefly) dance down and out between 2s+3s, meet below 3s and dance up. 1L turns under 1M's arm (slow) and 1s take prom hold facing down in middle (2s step up 5-6)
9-16 1s dance reel of 3 with 3M+2L passing 3M RSh
17-24 1s dance reel of 3 with 3L+2M passing 3L LSh. 1s end in middle facing down. Bar 24 2s and 3s dance in and take prom hold facing up
25-32 2s+1s+3s dance Circulating Allemande:-
' 2s and 3s dance normal Allemande but end in 3rd/1st place as 1s Allemande (down) and up to 2nd place opposite sides, 1s cross to own sides bars 31-32. 312

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


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This dance, October In Rechberg, was written for the 40th anniversary of the Rechberg WE (Germany).

This was an annual SCD event for advanced dancers near Schwaebisch Gmuend until 2013. Now it's a biannual event under the new name "Autumn in Gamundia" in a new venue directly in Schwaebisch Gmuend.

Schwäbisch Gmünd is a town in the eastern part of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. With a population of around 60,000, the town is the second largest in the Ostalb district and the whole East Württemberg region after Aalen.

Schwäbisch Gmünd was a self-ruling free imperial city from the 13th century until its annexation to Württemberg in 1802.

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Schwaebisch Gmuend From Zeiselberg Viewpoint At Sunrise


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