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Trip to Barford

Source: Peggy Cash; published in English Dance & Song, Autumn 1969. Volume XXXI. No. 3
Formation: Four Couples; Longways; Proper

A1 Long Lines Go Forward & Back x2
A2 Middle Four: Star Right; Star Left WHILE
Ends: Four Changes of Rights & Lefts withour hands, start by passing Partner by the Right Shoulder
B1 #1s Promenade to the Bottom
B2 All: Partner Swing as soon as the #1s have passed

Music:
32 bars.

Notes:
A2: Some direction needs to be given to the dancers to avoid crashes. The same figure in other dances, such as the Clopton Bridge variant, use Four Changes to make the path clear.

Original page from English Dance & Song, Autumn 1969

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