Lagavulin 5x32 S
Posted by gordon on May 19, 2014 in Strathspeys
32-bar Strathspey for 5 couples in a 5-couple set
1s & 2s and 3s & 4s espagnole:
1s and 3s end facing 1st corners
|9-16||1s & 3s turn 1st corners RH, partner LH, 2nd corners RH, partners LH; 1s & 3s end facing 1st corners|
|17-24||Diagonal reels of 4 with 1st corners,1s & 3s giving R shoulder to 1st corners to start, 1s & 3s take LH at end of reel ready for ...|
|25-32||1s turn LH and cast to 3rd place opposite side, dance ½ figure of 8 up through 4s while 3s turn LH and cast to 5th place opposite side, dance ½ figure of 8 up through 5s, (4s and 5s step up on bar 27/28 so that they get lots of time to remember how to dance the espagnole) ending 24153|
Suggested Music: "Roy's Threescore and Ten" as on Colin Dewar's Special Requests Vol 5 : Hamilton Welcome.
Devised by Gordon Scott (gordon.scott [at] btinternet.com). The name of Lagavulin is an anglicization of the Gaelic "lag a'mhuilin", meaning "hollow by the mill", and is also the name of a well-known single malt whisky.