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Longways for as many as will; in one part (14th Ed., 1709)

MUSICMOVEMENTS



(Triple minor-set.)
A11–4First man and first woman set to each other and cast down into second place, second couple moving up into first place.
5–8The first woman crosses over and passes clockwise round second man into the second place on the men’s side; while the first man crosses over and passes clockwise round the third woman into the second place on the women’s side.
A21–4First man casts up above second woman (sk.s.), and moves down the middle into the second place on his own side (r.s.); while the first woman casts down below third man (sk.s.) and moves up the middle into the second place on her own side (r.s.) (progressive).
5–8First man and first woman set to each other and then fall back four small steps.
B1–2Second couple faces third couple. Second and third men set to one another moving towards each other; while second and third women do the same.
3–4All four fall back, turning single as they do so.
5–8First man and first woman the whole-gip, clockwise, facing and waving their hands (hopping step; four hops on right foot, four on left).
C1–4First woman goes back-to-back with second man; while first man does the same with second woman.
5–8First woman goes back-to-back with third man; while first man does the same with second woman.
D1–8The three men go the straight hey (second man facing first man and passing by the right): while the three women do the same (second woman facing first woman and passing by the right)(sk.s.).



Page transcribed by Hugh Stewart