|Formation||Open circle. Elephant, V-hold & W-hold.|
|Dance Structure||(A + B1 + B2) repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||Part A 4 counts/bar, 4 bar phrases. Parts B1 & B2 2, 2 & 4 counts/bar, 3 bar phrases. The 4 count bars are 9 beats (2+2+2+3). The 2 count bars are 5 beats (2+3).|
|Introduction||Intro music then once through sequence.|
|Part A||Elephant hold facing acw. Forwards R, L, R, L. Turn to face centre in V-hold in R, L, R side, L close touch. L side, R close, L side, R close touch. All qqqs.|
|Part B1||To front W-hold. R side, L close touch (qs) with arms bob up-down. Mirror. R side, L small stamp x 3 (qqqs) with arms bob up-down x 3.|
|Part B2||Part B1 in mirror image.|
|Source||Ester Willems in the Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival, April to May 2009.|
|Date||Written 2017/5/19. Updated 2017/6/1.|
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