UPON A SUMMER'S DAY.

Longways for Six; in three parts (1st Ed., 1650).

MUSIC.MOVEMENTS.

First Part.
A11-4All lead up a double and fall back a double to places (r.s.).
5-8Partners set and turn single.
A21-8All that again.
B11-4Men take hands, move forward a double and fall back a double to places; while women take hands and do the same (r.s.).
5-8Second and third men keep hands joined and make an arch; while second and third women do the same. First man casts off, passes under the arms of second and third men and moves to the lowest place; while first woman does the same on her side (r.s.).
B21-4As in B1.
5-8As in B1, second couple moving down to lowest place.
B31-4As in B1.
5-8As in B1, to places.

Second Part.
A11-4Partners side (r.s.).
5-8Partners set and turn single.
A21-8All that again.
B1,B2&B3As in First Part.

Third Part.
A11-4Partners arm with the right.
5-8Partners set and turn single.
A21-4Partners arm with the left.
5-8Partners set and turn single.
B1,B2&B3As in First Part.
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