or Monieks Maggot-duple-version
Duple minor Reconstructed by JN and named from Pride and Prejudice movie 2005 version. This is clearly a conceit created to give enough time for dialogue, particularly in the extremely long down and back. However, it is a nice looking dance, even if very difficult to phrase comfortably. Comments on the DVD suggest it took over 5 hours to shoot, on top of rehearsal, and there was a lot of editing after. It is unfortunate that the film shows practically only the head and shoulders of the protagonists -- the rest of the dancers are hard to see -- indeed they are "deleted" for the last round of the dance! A1 Couple 1 cross right shoulder and fall back (as per Neat Mr. John) Couple 1 2H turn all way round Couple 1 mirror turn single out of the turn, M right, W left, while Couple 2 cross R shoulder moving up and passing Couple 1 (men right, women left) Couple 1 cross R shoulder into gypsies M1 W2 on men's side LEFT M2 W1 on women's side RIGHT, into A2 Lines of 4 (W2 M1 W1 M2 facing up) up and back C1 face out, C2 face in for almost full hey for 4 C1 finish in middle after 7/8 of hey, C2 finish it improper) and C1 face down improper for B Longish down the middle and back (I tend to find this is 6+ of the 8 bars with final 2 or slightly less for ...) C1 cross and cast to new places while C2 cross and move up if necessary.
Note: There is a triple minor version by Philippe Callens 1990 for Moniek van Hylfe