|Formation||Open circle. W-hold.|
|Dance Structure||Single figure repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||3 counts/bar, 7 beats/bar, 12 bar (or combinations totalling 12 bars) phrases.|
|Introduction||V-hold. Raise arms, dip & straighten knees. Start at beginning of a phrase.|
|Whole sequence||(Important: heels up & down in each step.) To the R in R & L Triple Steps. (To the R in R & L steps. Facing centre, small R & L Triple Steps forwards.), ditto but rise in the L inward step. R Triple Step backing out turning to face L. To the L in L & R forwards & L & R backwards steps. L Triple Step in place.|
|Reduced activity versions||Remove some direction changes &/or reduce up-down motion in the quick steps.|
|No up-down styling version (wrong)||Distinctive styling missing (wrong!).|
|Source||Detailed styling from Paul Mulders at the 2010 Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival. Linear version from a Christmas party performance by the Živko Firfov group in London 2008.|
|Date||Written 2010/6/22. Updated 2010/06/30, 2011/7/26, 2011/10/23 & 2015/1/4.|
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