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(duple proper, Tune Nancy's Delight)
Joyce Walker in 1977.

A1 1-8   1st corners side, set and turn single
A2 1-8   2nd corners  "             "
B  1-4   W lead between men, cast to places
   5-8   men the same
   9-10  All 3/4 turn partner by L to form single line down the dance.
   11-14 those in middle (1st W, 2nd M), half turn by R.
         Those on ends continue walking on in same direction 
         to other end of line of 4.
   15-16 All 3/4 L hand turn with partner to progressed place.


Longways for as many as will
Tune: Nancy's Delight

A1   8  First corners side.
     8  First corners set to each other and turn single to place.
A2  16  Second corners the same.
B1   8  Ladies lead between the men and cast to place.
     8  Men lead between the ladies and cast to place.
B2   4  Partners take left hand and turn 3/4, ending in single line along set.
        (First lady and second man in middle, first man and second lady 
        on the outside.)
     8  Inside two turn by the right hand 1 1/2; outside two continue 
        counterclockwise into each other's places.
     4  Partners turn by the left 3/4 into progressed place.

“Fenter” is the combining form of “fenton” which means clearing or field, and “larick” refers to a spring, so that the title of the dance could be translated as “springfield.”


ins_fenterlarick.txt · Last modified: 2023/03/02 21:25 by mar4uscha