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  • John K. Andrews

    John K. Andrews Sept. 28, 2001, 8:05 a.m. (Message 27575)

    Re: Domino 5

    I forgot to mention.  The instructions indicate that the dance should be
    repeated four times.  I believe that this is a typo and that the dance
    should be repeated five times, giving each dancer a opportunity to dance
    from each position.
    Jay Andrews
    Alexandria, VA
    At 01:57 AM 09/28/2001 -0400, you wrote:
    >Domino 5 was devised by Derek Haynes and is published in The Fourth Carnforth
    >Collection of Scottish Country Dances available from TAC Books.
    >The following description is quoted from the pamphlet:
    >Four dancers, numbered 1 to 4 clockwise, each stand at one corner of a square
    >facing a fifth dancer in the middle who faces the top, looking out between
    >numbers 1 and 4.
    >1-4 Numbers 1, 2 and 5 dance RH across once round. 
    >5-8 Numbers 3, 4 and 5 dance LH across once around. 
    >9-16 Numbers 1, 3 and 5 dance a diagonal reel of three, #1 and #5 pass RS to
    >17-24 Numbers 2, 4 and 5 dance a diagonal reel of three, #4 and #5 pass LS to
    >25-26 Numbers 1 and 5 change places passing RS. 
    >27-28 Numbers 1 and 4 change places passing RS.29-30 Numbers 3 and 4 change
    >places passing RS.
    >31-32 Numbers 2 and 3 change places passing RS.
    >Tune:  The Cambridge Hornpipe (Trad.) recorded by Alastair Hunter on the CD
    >"The Etive Selection" DACD 0022.  Good alternatives are The Chester Hornpipe
    >recorded by Iain MacPhail or David Cunningham's The Plantaion Reel on HRMCD
    >Note: Bars 25-32: each track from one corner to the next should be a smooth
    >This dance is great fun and has become quite a favorite of our local basic
    >dance classes.  I highly recommend it and other dances by Derek Haynes.
    >Happy dancing,
    >Jay Andrews
    >Alexandria, VA
    >At 09:27 AM 09/28/2001 +1200, you wrote:
    >>Does anyone have the instructions for the above dance I have just heard of.
    >>R Clyne.

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