|Formation||Open circle. W-hold.|
|Dance Structure||((A1 + A2 + B1 + B2) x 2 + (C1 + C2)) repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||3 counts/bar, 7 beats/bar, 4 bar phrases.|
|Part A1||To the R in R & L Triple Steps. R side, L across behind with arms down. R side with arms up, L close.|
|Part A2||Part A1 mirrored.|
|Part B1||Part A1 but turn 360 deg cw in Triple Step & no arm work.|
|Part B2||Part A2 but turn 360 deg acw in bar 3 & no arm work.|
|Part B2 Simplified||Part B1 mirrored.|
|Part C1||Part A1 but no arm work keep & facing & travelling R.|
|Part C2||Part C1 on opposite feet.|
|Source||Paul Mulders at the 2010 Eastbourne International Folkdance Festival.|
|Date||Written 2010/6/6. Updated 2010/11/8 & 2010/11/20.|
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