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Robb wrote:
> A few days ago somebody mentioned Glasgow Highlanders as a round-the-room
>dance. Was this mere fancy, or has someone actually experienced it? If so,
>would such a person please describe the initial set-up. (I think that I can
>imagine it, but would still be glad to have someone in the know confirm--or
>adjust--my speculation.) Thanks.

You have two circles with an equal number of couples in each circle. (This means that ideally you want to be on the outside circle as they have more room). Each man (or lady dancing as a man) starts with his partner on his right. Everybody starts dancing, and then couples on the outside circle move counter clockwise and the couples on the inside move clockwise to progress. Keep going until the music stops or one of your set collapses!

Seonaid
Linlithgow, Scotland

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