1- 8 1s dance Fig of 8 round 2s giving hands when possible
9-16 1s dance reflection reels of 3 on own sides (1s dance down between 2s to begin)
17-24 1s turn 2H and dance down middle to 3rd place as 2s+3s continue reel and dance down behind 1s, all set and 1s followed by 2s+3s cast up to original places
25-32 1s+2s dance the Tourbillon:-
' 1s and 2s turn partners 2H ½ way, 1M and 2L lead partners on 1 place clockwise to end 1s on Ladies' side and 2s on Men's side, 1s set to 2s
' 1s and 2s ½ turn partners 2H, 1L and 2M lead partners on 1 place to end 2s in 1st place and 1s in 2nd place and 2s+1s cross RH to own sides
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
1-8 Taking right hands, 1s cross down into figures of 8 around 2s;
9-16 taking nearer hands, 1s dance down into mirror reels of 3 on the sides;
17-18 1s turn both hands, moving down to finish with nearer hands joined, facing down in 2nd position WHILE 2s3s continue on the path of the mirror reels;
19-20 1s lead down followed by 2s3s, finishing all facing down with nearer hands joined, 3s2s1s;
21-22 3s 2s 1s set facing down and release hands;
23-24 1s followed by 2s3s cast up on own sides to original places;
25-32 1s2s dance the tourbillon, finishing 2s1s3s:
25-25 1s 2s turn both hands halfway, finishing 1M facing down, 2L up, releasing left hand with partner;
26-26 1s 2s dance one place clockwise around the 1s2s rectangle, finishing with nearer hands still joined facing across the set;
27-28 2s set facing 1s across the set, finishing facing partner on the side;
29-30 2s1s repeat bars 25-26 rotated 90° clockwise, finishing 2s1s on opposite sides;
31-32 2s 1s cross by the right.
(MAXICRIB, Scottish country dancing instructions compiled by Reuben Freemantle)
1-32 The deviser emphasizes the importance of taking hands at every opportunity.
25-26 This must be one continuous flowing movement so that 1L 2M almost dance on the spot.
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