The Sound Of Iona (Craig)
Scottish Country Dance InstructionTHE SOUND OF IONA (M-(S32+R32)) Round the Room Elsie Craig Book of Perth Dances
Round the room dance, 3 facing 3
1- 8 All set and circle 6H round to left ½ way, cross RH back to own sides
9-16 Centre dancers dance ½ diagonal reel of 4 with 1st corner (pstn), pass RSh to dance ½ diagonal reel with 2nd corner (pstn)
17-24 Centre dancers dance ½ diagonal reel with 3rd corner (pstns), pass RSh to ½ diagonal reel with 4th corner (pstns)
25-32 Centre dancers dance DoSiDo as corners change places RH on sides and set, both lines cross passing RSh and progress a 2nd time passing LSh
Repeat in Reel Time
(MINICRIB. Dance crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Keith Rose's Crib Diagrams
Dance Instruction VideosThe Sound Of Iona (Craig) - Scottish Country Dancing Instruction Video
Dance InformationIn geography, a sound or seaway is a long, relatively wide body of water, larger than a strait or channel, forming an inlet or connecting two larger bodies of water, such as two seas, or a sea and a lake.
The Sound of Iona is a sound between the Inner Hebridean islands of Mull and Iona in western Scotland which forms part of the Atlantic Ocean.
The tidal island of Erraid is at the southern end of the sound. There are also a number of smaller islands and skerries in the sound, including Eilean nam Bàn, Eilean Dubh na Ciste and Eilean Ghòmhain.
The Sound of Iona is crossed by a passenger ferry, sailing from Fionnphort on Mull to Baile Mòr on Iona.
Eilean Annraidh And The Northern Tip Of Iona
A narrow strait (Caolas Annraidh) separates Iona from its small outlier. The mountains of 'mainland' Mull are wreathed in cloud across the Sound of Iona
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