Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary

Turn By The Right Halfway

To Turn by the right halfway two Scottish Country Dancers Take Right hands and proceed round each other in the natural direction (clockwise), Finishing with their Positions interchanged.
Here are examples of those Scottish Country Dances for which we have instructions on this site and in which the term, Turn by the right halfway, either appears explicitly or is implied; note that for a common term these will be a small selection; for a rare term, these may be all that exist:

Butterscotch And Honey
Catherine's Ceilidh
Celebration Strathspey (MacPherson)
Dance For All The Mackays
Fairbridge Reel
Major Ian Stewart
Miss Betty Ferguson Of Dumfries
Year Of Dance

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Additional search terms: ½ Turn RH (MiniCrib).