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The Pride Of Dunblane

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THE PRIDE OF DUNBLANE (H32) Circle Ian Brockbank, 2013
Circle, Man has Lady on his right

1- 8 All advance and retire twice
9-16 Ladies dance round partner (retain hands); Men dance round partner (Retain hands). Couples face anticlockwise, Lady on Man's right
17-20 All dance forward 2 steps, change sides with partner (Lady in front of Man)
21-24 All change side again (Man in front of Lady), all pull back RSh to form circle, Lady on Man's right
25-32 Slip-step to left (3 bars), pull back LSh to join hands in circle again; slip-step right (4 bars)

Note: To make dance progressive Bars 23-24: Man finishes with original partner on his left, ready to dance with new partner on his right

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

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This hornpipe, The Pride Of Dunblane, was written in 2013 to celebrate Andy Murray becoming Britain's first Wimbledon men's singles champion for 77 years.

Andrew Barron Murray (born 1987), a British professional tennis player from Scotland who ranked world No. 1 in men's singles, residing in Dunblane, Scotland, UK.

In July 2013, Murray won the 2013 Wimbledon Championships, becoming the first British player to win a Wimbledon senior singles title since Virginia Wade in 1977, and the first British man to win the men's singles title since Fred Perry, 77 years previously in 1936.

Pride Of Dunblane
Pride Of Dunblane - Andy Murray
Holding The Wimbledon Trophy Following His Victory In The 2013 Men's Final

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Text from this original Andy Murray article on Wikipedia.
Image copyright AndyMurrayWimbledonTrophy.jpg: Robbie Dale derivative work: HotHat [CC BY 2.0 ( or CC BY-SA 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons.

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