Arran Chase

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Hi Nicola

The instructions for bars 9-12 are:

1C dance diagonal 1/2 R of 4 with first corners, passing each other by right on last
step to face ready for

9-16 right hand turn, finish facing second corners, who will be in correct places.

So I think the turn is more that once round

As the first 2 bars are
1C cast one own sides to 2nd place

And bars 31-32 are
1C dance round by right shoulder and out to 2nd places own sides facing out ready for
repeat,

I would think this was skip change

Malcolm

Malcolm L Brown
York (UK)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nicola Scott [mailto:xxxxxxxxxxx78@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx]
> Sent: 18 January 2011 15:33
> To: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
> Subject: Arran Chase
>
> Hi everyone
>
> I've been asked to teach Arran Chase (R8x32, F Reid Snr) tonight, but don't
> have the original instructions, so am working from Minicrib.
>
> I have a couple of queries, I hope someone might be able to help!
>
> In bars 13-16, the 1s are turning RH to finish facing their second corners.
> I think this turn could either be about three quarters or one and three
> quarters (it's in 4 bars) - does anyone know?
>
> In bars 31-32 the 1s pass RSh to 2nd place own sides, from double triangle
> position. Does this use pas-de-basque or skip change of step?
>
> Many thanks for your help everyone, and apologies for not being organised
> enough to look at this before!!
>
> Nicola
> Birmingham, UK

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