Double Silver Jubilee

Source: Graham Jones; published in English Dance & Song, Spring 1978. Vol XL. No. 1
Formation: Longways; Indecent (Second Couples Improper); Double Progression

A1 Pass Through (4); Take Inside Hands: Slip Right (4)
California Twirl (4); Slip Right (4)
A2 Right & Left Through (8)
Star Right Half Way (4); with New Neighbours: Star Left Half Way (4)
Stay with these New Neighbours
B1 #1s Cast Up; Lead Down WHILE #2s Lead Down; Cast Up to the ends of a Line of Four, facing Down (8)
Lines of Four Go Down the Hall (4); Fall Back (4)
B2 Bend the Line to a Circle of Four; #1s Arch; Four Leaf Clover; Inside Basket
Break and Face Next New Neighbours

32 bar jigs.

Four Leaf Clover: #2s raise their joined hands as they dive through the arch and turn under them, keeping the shoulders close together; #1s turn to face them. All lower their hands to make an Inside Basket.

Original page from English Dance & Song, Spring 1978

Double Silver Jubilee

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