|Formation||Open circle. Little fingers hold with hands & elbows at shoulder height.|
|Dance Structure||((A1+A2) + (B1+B2) + (A1+A2) + (C1+C2)) repeated throughout the music.|
|Music Structure||4 counts/bar. Phrases of 4, 2 & 2 bars.|
|Part A1||Starting R ft, Triple Step R x 3 with arms & head R L R. R forwards touch, pause, R staccato flick behind. (Triple Step on spot turning to face other way. Mirror the touch-flick.), mirror.|
|Part A2||A1 mirrored.|
|Part B1||Part A1 to leading arm up hand facing in & trailing arm across infront hand facing down during touch (with preparatory down in previous bar) & swivel hands in flick.|
|Part B2||B1 mirrored.|
|Part C1||Part B1 but turn 360 deg cw during travelling.|
|Part C2||C1 mirrored.|
|Men's version.||Arms, when free, in a more rounded shape, with less motion & no flicks.|
|Source||The women's version from numerous people as it has been in the UK International dance repertoire a long time. I first learnt it from Sally Fletcher in Ipswich in 1995 or 1996. The men's styling came 2020/12/11 by email from Gary Lind-Sinanian.|
|Date||2018/3/30. Mens' version updated 2020/12/19.|
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