The Nymph

Source: Fred Hamer's interpretation; published in English Dance & Song, April 1965. Volume XXVII. No. 3
Formation: Three Couples; Longways; Proper

A1 #1s Cast to the Bottom; Lead Up to the Middle (#2s Move Up)
A2 Top Four: Star Right; Star Left
B1 #1s Lead up to the Top; Cast Down to the Middle
#1s Allemande Right
C1 Contra Corners: #1s Two Hand Turn with First Corners
#1s Two Hand Turn
C2 #1s Two Hand Turn with Second Corners
#1s Two Hand Turn Moving to the Bottom WHILE
#3s Cast Up to the Middle

40 bars.

There appears to be lots of time for many of these moves, so #1s have time to do lots of stepping and make wide casts.

Original page from English Dance & Song, April 1965

The Nymph

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