Duple minor proper
John C. Nash
A1 1st Corners gypsy RS then 2H turn clockwise, while 2nd corners orbit counter clockwise round the outside back to place, then turn single R A2 2nd Corners gypsy LS then 2H turn counter-clockwise (i.e.,R), while 2nd corners orbit clockwise then turn single L B1 All set R and L away from center of minor set, then All set R and L toward the center of minor set, then Turn Single AND move 1 place round clockwise. Now have M2 M1 W2 W1 B2 Hands 4 half way, Turn single L, then Orig 2nd corners cross hole in the wall Left Shoulder The end movement is intended to emphasize the 1st lady's role. The LS cross makes it easier to go outside for the orbit on next round.
Notes: Dance may make some dancers dizzy, as it has a lot of turning.
Suggested music: Under the Birches (Bare Necessities: Invitation to the Waltz CD)