Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

Road To Tomintoul

Scottish Country Dance Instruction

ROAD TO TOMINTOUL (R8x32) 3C (4C set) Beryl McGhee Imperial 3

1- 8 1s cross RH, cast 1 place, turn 1st corner LH into 2nd place in prom hold with 1st corner
9-16 1s+1st Corners dance reel of 4 with 2nd corners (passing RSh to 4th corners) to end 1s in 2nd place opposite sides facing 1st corners
17-24 1s set to 1st corner, turning about set to 2nd corner and turn RH to end BtoB Man facing up and Lady down
25-32 1s dance Crown Triangles to end 2nd place own sides

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

Keith Rose's Crib Diagrams

Dance Information

Tomintoul (pronounced "tom-in-towel") (meaning Hillock of the Barn) is a village in the Moray council area of Scotland.

The village was laid out on a grid pattern by the 4th Duke of Gordon in 1775. It followed the construction, twenty years previously, of a military road by William Caulfeild - now the A939.

Tomintoul Looking Down The Main Street A939

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