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From: Gayle Hoepner <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2000 11:37 PM
Subject: Rubber Duck's Jig
> Can anyone help me with Rubber Duck's Jig? I have two cribs, neither of > them original, and they don't agree. > > First set of instructions: > bars 1 - 8 3C petronella turns to R and set; repeat that to finish > on opp sides. > meanwhile > 2C and 4C set and petronella turn to the right to > the next corner position; repeat > to finish in the other couple's position, on opp > sides. > 1C and 5C set and cross over by the R. > > > Second set: > bars 1 - 8 3C petronella turn to R and turn 3/4 by R; repeat that to > finish back in own place. > meanwhile > same as above. > > In this case, second set seems to work better, because 3C is turning in > the middle while others are petronella turning to next place. > > > First set: > bars 9 -16 3C set twice, turn by L once round and a bit more ready to > ......... > meanwhile > 1C with 4C and 2C with 5C, dance RH across once > round, then chase CW 1/2 way round > the set; finish on own sides, 1 & 5C in eachothers > places, 2 & 4C in original places. > > 17-24 3W with 2C, 3M with 3C dance L shoulder reels of three > across the dance. > > Second set: > bars 9 -16 3C set twice, turn by L 1-3/4 ready to ......... > meanwhile > same as above > > 17-24 3W with 4C, 3M with 2C dance L shoulder reels of three > across the dance. > > This time, first set works better, because 3C finish on their own sides > at the end of the reel. > > The first set of instructions is from a dance program; the second set > is from my memory, written down fairly soon after I danced it. But that > was several years ago and now I don't remember. > > Thanks, > Gayle Hoepner > Ames, Iowa
I have been fascinated by the name Rubber Duck's Jig. Is it an 8x24 bar jig
or did you leave out the last 8 bars, and if so what are they please.
Walmer Kent > > > -- > Gayle Hoepner <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >