Scottish Country Dance Instruction
(J4x32) 4C set C Moon and E Wade Edinburgh Uni 50th Anniv
1- 8 All Adv+Ret (setting) twice
9-16 1L followed by partner casts behind 2L and crosses to opposite side, 3M followed by partner casts up behind 1L and crosses to opposite side
17-24 3s dance under 2s arch and cast back to 2nd place on opposite sides while 1s dance under 4s arch and cast up to 3rd place opposite sides, 3s+1s set and cross RH
25-32 1s+4s dance the Knot
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Roxburgh is a village, civil parish and now-destroyed royal burgh. It was an important trading burgh in High Medieval to early modern Scotland. In the Middle Ages it had at least as much importance as Edinburgh, Stirling, Perth, or Berwick-upon-Tweed, for a time acting as de facto capital.
Castles Old And New.
Roxburgh Castle (foreground)
Across the Tweed lies Floors Castle, seat of the Innes Kers, Dukes of Roxburghe
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