Scottish Country Dance Instruction
(J8x32) 3C (4C set) Hugh Foss Waverley Fugues
1-16 1L followed by partner casts down 2 places, 1L crosses to opposite side, set, lead to top, cross Lady in front into prom hold and Promenade to 2M's place and stand for 4 bars while 2s stand for 2, dance up for 2, 2L followed by partner casts down 2 places, 2L crosses to opposite side, set, lead up to 2L place and face in prom hold while 3s stand for 2, dance up for 2, stand for 2, dance up for 2, 3L followed by partner casts down 2 places, cross to opposite side, set, lead to top and face 1s in prom hold
17-24 3s dance LSh reels of 3 across set with 1s+2s to end facing up 312
25-32 3s+1s+2s Promenade for 6bars, 3s cast to 3rd place as 1s lead to top and cast to 2nd place as 2s dance to top
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
Keith Rose's Crib Diagrams
Tillietudlem is a fictional castle in Walter Scott's 1816 novel Old Mortality, and a modern settlement in South Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Interest in Scott's novel attracted visitors to its supposed inspiration, Craignethan Castle, and a railway station built nearby was named after the fictional attraction. Houses built near the station developed into the modern hamlet of Tillietudlem.
Remains Of Tillietudlem Station Building
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