|A1||“The Triumph” with first couple and second man. Fig.9 (p.32).|
|A2||“The Triumph” with second couple and first man. Fig.10 (p.33).|
|B||First couple leads down the middle and back again. Fig.4 (p.29).|
|C||First and second couples swing and cast one (progressive). Fig.3 (p.29).|
The conventional walking step, in minim beats, is used throughout, except in the “swing”
and “leading back again” which are danced to the following step:
Although Cecil Sharp saw this danced as a triple-minor dance the threes never do anything, so in the Graded Series he suggests dancing it as a duple-minor dance, and casting past two standing dancers in the opening Triumph figure.
Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart