[SCA-Dance] Millison's Jegge

tmcd at panix.com tmcd at panix.com
Fri May 23 02:30:49 EDT 2008

Millisons Jegge                     Longways for six  *  *  *
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Leade up all a D. forwards and back _.__ That Againe _:__
        First man take his Wo. by both hands, and four slips up,
        and the 2. as much, the third as much, turne all S. _.__
        Third Cu. foure slips downe, the 2. as much, first as much,
        turne all single _:__
Sides all _.__ That Againe _:__
        First Cu. change places, the second as much, third as much, turne S. _.__
        Third Cu. change places, the 2. as much, first as much,
        turne all single _:__
Armes all _.__ That Againe _:__
        First man change places with the 2. Wo. first Wo. change with the 2.
        the last change with his owne, turne S. _.__ First man change
        with the last Wo, first Wo, change with the last man, tother change,
        turne all single _:__


About that last "chorus".  The first half is

    m1   f1
      \ /
      / \
    m2   f2


The second half: with
<http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~white/ECD/Millisons.htm>, and with the
clear lack of renumbering in the instructions of Halfe Hannikin, I've
been assuming that the men and women were not renumbered in this
dance, so it's "old first man" &c, so (preserving people's original
numbers) the second halfe is


    f1   m1
      \ /
      / \
    f3   m3

leaving the couples as




But I thought I should ask.  If they were renumbered, then this half
would be the same as the second hald of the second chorus of Black

Danyell de Lincoln
Tim McDaniel; Reply-To: tmcd at panix.com

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