32-bar Jig for three couples in a 4-couple longwise set.
|1-8||First couple set to one another, cross over giving right hands; cast off one place, and set again, pulling back right shoulders on bar 8 to face out in second place improper. (Second couple step up on bars 5-6).|
|9-16||Right shoulder reels of three on the sides. To begin - corners dance in, first lady dances out and up and first man dances out and down. On bars 15-16 first couple cross from the ends of their reel into second place own sides facing out.|
|17-24||Left shoulder reels of three on the sides . To begin - corners dance in, first lady dances out and up and first man dances out and down. On bars 23-24 first couple cross from the ends of their reels to end back to back in the middle of the set facing partner's side of the dance.|
|26-32||Inverting Double Triangles:
25-26 All set in double triangles position.
27-28 All set advancing and pull right shoulders back. End - first couple in second place improper facing one another across the dance and corners in the center of the set, back to back with partner, facing own sides.
29-30 All set in inverted double triangles positions.
31-32 First couple, giving right hands, cross back to own sides while corners set advancing and pull back right shoulders to end in place facing partner.
|Repeat from second place.|
Tune: Short Apron (Traditional) (ABC notation below)
Dance devised 1/4/08 by Peter M. Price (peter.price1672 [at] gmail.com) in honor of Jean Attwood, author of 'The Falls of Rogie' and many other good dances. This dance is drawn, shamelessly, from her dance 'Glen Falloch' in Alexander Dances #2.
© 2008 by Peter M. Price. All rights reserved. Permission is granted for verbatim reproduction and non-profit distribution of this leaflet provided that this notice remains intact.
ABC Notation for "Short Apron":
T: Short Apron
Q: 1/4 = 168
f | cAA fAA | aAA cGG |1 cAA aAA | aAc ~d2 :|2 AGF fga | ge^c d2 ||
c |Acd cAF | (A/B/c)A (G2 B) |1 Acd cAF | f2 e d2 :|2 AGF f>ga | ge^c d2 ||