[SCA-Dance] Dance list and particular dance question

Gwommy Anpurpaidh gwommy at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 02:55:57 EDT 2007

If it's any help, Stingo was also taught in the same class.  The
second chorus of Stingo is the one that has you turning to the left
and doubling away from your partner, then turning around and doubling
forward returning to your partner followed by a set and turn.  Then
doing the same to the right.

And yes, in Scotch Cap, we usually slip to the left for the 3rd chorus.

Yay!  Dancing!

On 4/23/07, tmcd at panix.com <tmcd at panix.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 22 Apr 2007, tmcd at panix.com wrote:
> > In particular, what was the last dance?  I don't remember whether it
> > was three couples or four in a line.  The last figure is everyone
> > turning to their own left and doubling away from their partner, then
> > doing a half turn and doing a handed hey back to their own partner
> > (so starting with the Nth man and 1st woman, then a new pair joining
> > the hey every measure -- NO, it's not Dargason), then turning one's
> > partner a full time.  Then repeating by turning to your own right.
> Someone e-mailed me directly -- why not to the list I wot not, but I
> suppose I shouldn't mention his name publicly.  Anyway, he IDed it as
> Scotch Cap.  I didn't remember the steps clearly: the last (in the
> choreographies I Googled quickly) have the lines slipping to their
> left (and then right) before the (half) haying.
> Anyway, my thanks to N0 CARRIER
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