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 +====== Dutch Dollars ======
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 +Note: Music seems to be same as Tythe Pig.{{ ::​music:​dutch_dollars-dndabl04.mp3.zip |}}\\
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 +From **John Garden**:
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 +Thompson "24 Country Dances for the year 1800", also in Gedge ‘Town and Country Ladies’ own memorandum book or '​Fashionable Companion 1800’.\\
 +Triple minor proper
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-   Note: Music seems to be same as Tythe Pig ??? +A1    Hey contrary sides 
-   From John Garden: +A2    then on your own side 
-   Dutch Dollars midi +B1    1s Down the middle & up again, finishing either with a cast off  
-   ​Thompson’ 24 Country Dances for the year 1800, also in Gedge ‘Town and Country Ladies’ own memorandum book or Fashionable Companion 1800’. +      ​(as in Dutch Pins) or by simply move into middle place and not  
-   ​Triple minor proper +      ​returning to top of set. 
-   A1    Hey contrary sides +B2    Right & left at Top - possibly in regency style with 1W and 2M  
-   ​A2    then on your own side +      ​‘oval gypsying’ l.sh. just ahead of 1M and 2W ‘oval gypsying’ r.sh. 
-   ​B1     ​1s Down the middle & up again, finishing either with a cast off (as in Dutch Pins) or by simply move into middle place and not returning to top of set. +</​code>​ 
-   ​B2     ​Right & left at Top - possibly in regency style with 1W and 2M ‘oval gypsying’ l.sh. just ahead of 1M and 2W ‘oval gypsying’ r.sh. +       
-   ​Gray’s Country Dance Book for the year 1799 offers ‘Dutch Pins’ -  virtually the same dance to a different tune: +Gray’s Country Dance Book for the year 1799 offers ‘Dutch Pins’ -  virtually the same dance to a different tune: 
-   ​A1 The first Cu. hey contrary sides +<​code>​ 
-   ​A2 Then on the other sides, +A1 The first Cu. hey contrary sides 
-   ​B1 Lead down one Cu. up again, and cast off +A2 Then on the other sides, 
-   ​B2 Right & left at top +B1 Lead down one Cu. up again, and cast off 
-   This dance helps us feel comfortable about assuming the author of the Thompson dance assumed a cast off at the end of the B1 – its from Dutch Pins that this is indeed where and how the 1s progress. +B2 Right & left at top 
-   ​The Regency ‘oval gypsying’ style Right & left which I have suggested in B2, was also suggested by Pat Shaw in his Holland as seen in the English Country Dance 1713-1820, 1960. Nicholas Broadbridge followed Shaw in his Dance and Danceability notes,+</​code> ​  ​ 
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 +This dance helps us feel comfortable about assuming the author of the Thompson dance assumed a cast off at the end of the B1 – its from Dutch Pins that this is indeed where and how the 1s progress. 
 + 
 +The Regency ‘oval gypsying’ style Right & left which I have suggested in B2, was also suggested by Pat Shaw in his Holland as seen in the English Country Dance 1713-1820, 1960. Nicholas Broadbridge followed Shaw in his Dance and Danceability notes,
  
  
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