Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

Other Longwise Set Dances

This page lists those Scottish Country Dances for which a crib is available on this site and which are danced in those rarer formats of longwise set not covered specifically in Alternative Dance Selections.

Amazing Grace - Two, side-by-side, 4-couple sets.
Battle Of Trafalgar (Rose) - Two, side-by-side, 3-couple sets.
Eight Of Diamonds - For 8 dancers disposed as the spots on the playing card.
Half Crown Jig - For 8 dancers disposed as in a 3-couple set with 2 on the centre line.
Heptathlon Jig - For 7 dancers disposed as in a 3-couple set with 1 in the centre.
Jimp Waist - Danced as a 3-couple repeat in a 5-couple set.
Just A Dozen - Two, side-by-side, 3-couple sets.
Lack O' Men - For 6 dancers (4 ladies in the corner positions, 2 men initially in second place).
New Parliament House Jig - In a 3-threesomes (1 man between 2 ladies) set.
Nifty Ninety - In a 3-threesomes set, gender unspecified.
Riverside - Foursomes arranged as adjacent couples in one long set.
Shepherd's Crook (MacNab) - In a 1-threesome (1 man between 2 ladies) set.
Tapsalteerie (Clowes) - Two, side-by-side, 3-couple sets.
Three's The Charm - In a 3-dancer set, all in line.
Threesome Reel - In a 1-threesome (1 man between 2 ladies) set.
Willow Tree - In an 8 couple set.