|1||Morgan Rattler||Moore-Ridgley 1790's|
|2||Dover Pier||Preston 1791||called by Patrick|
|3||The Mulberry Garden||Playford 1670|
|4||Candles in the Dark||Loretta Holtz|
|5||Spanish Jigg||Playford 1721||called by Patrick|
|6||Grimstock||Playford 1651||3-couple set|
|8||Vivaldi in Paradise||Gary Roodman|
|10||The Punch Bowl||Playford 1701||Pat Shaw interpretation
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|11||Barbarini's Tambourine||Walsh 1741|
|12||Red and All Red||Thompson 1757||3-couple set|
|13||Gotham Jubilee||Loretta Holtz|
|14||Honeysuckle Cottage||Gary Roodman|
My first time calling "Punch Bowl." Instead of teaching the ones and twos independently, I tried teaching both roles at once. I had the ones cross and face down, with the twos meeting and facing up (as in "Dover Pier"). Then I taught the rest as a mirror weaving, of twos split ones, ones then split the next, all turn around and take the other role, coming back one. I used the mirror hey of "Grimstock" as the lead-in dance for this.
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