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Bessels Leigh stick dance for six.
  
 
===Figures===
 
===Figures===
  
* figure 1
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*       Once-to-yourself
* figure 2
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*       Foot-up
* figure 3
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*       Through-the-middle
* figure 4
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*       Cast
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*        (no half-rounds)
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*        Crossover
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*        Whole-hey
  
 
===Chorus===
 
===Chorus===
  
Description of chorus
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*        side-step left passing left shoulder with partner, no clash
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*        continue turning over left shoulder side-step right, no clash
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*        End facing partner from other side of set
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*        side-step left in place, clashing
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*        side-step right in place, clash
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*        Clash with partner: (L forehand)-(R forehand)-(L forehand)-(R forehand)-(Lfore/Lback)-(Rfore/Rback)-(Lfore)-(Both)
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*        Back up (slightly) on 1 left double-step to form a ring:
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**            bottom couple face across
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**            middles face up
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**            tops face down
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*        Begin circular hey, clashing right on first pass
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*        for 6 side-steps, clashing with inside hand
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*        In place of the last strike, continue left shoulder pass
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*        but turn 180 right and crossback (passing right shoulders backwards) to where you began the circular hey;
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*        you are now on the opposite side from where you began the chorus; next figure from here
  
 
===Notes===
 
===Notes===

Latest revision as of 10:05, 22 September 2020


Bonnets So Blue
Tradition Bessels Leigh
Hands stick
Set size 6
Tune Bonnets So Blue
Musical sequence
Notes

This page is a placeholder! You can help by filling in the dance details. Bessels Leigh stick dance for six.

Figures

  • Once-to-yourself
  • Foot-up
  • Through-the-middle
  • Cast
  • (no half-rounds)
  • Crossover
  • Whole-hey

Chorus

  • side-step left passing left shoulder with partner, no clash
  • continue turning over left shoulder side-step right, no clash
  • End facing partner from other side of set
  • side-step left in place, clashing
  • side-step right in place, clash
  • Clash with partner: (L forehand)-(R forehand)-(L forehand)-(R forehand)-(Lfore/Lback)-(Rfore/Rback)-(Lfore)-(Both)
  • Back up (slightly) on 1 left double-step to form a ring:
    • bottom couple face across
    • middles face up
    • tops face down
  • Begin circular hey, clashing right on first pass
  • for 6 side-steps, clashing with inside hand
  • In place of the last strike, continue left shoulder pass
  • but turn 180 right and crossback (passing right shoulders backwards) to where you began the circular hey;
  • you are now on the opposite side from where you began the chorus; next figure from here

Notes

Anything worth noting.

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