|1||Hole in the Wall||Playford 1698||called by Patrick Burns|
|2||Sadler's Wells||called by Liz Tarnove|
|3||Childgrove||Playford 1703||called by Liz Tarnove|
|4||Barbarini's Tambourine||Walsh 1741|
|5||Portsmouth||Playford 1709||called by Patrick Burns|
|6||Terpsicourante||Gary Roodman||4-couple set|
|7||Lady Williams's Delight||Rich Galloway||Dance of the month|
|8||Vivaldi in Paradise||Gary Roodman|
|9||A Trip to Paris||Walsh 1711||called by Liz Tarnove|
|10||Dunant House Waltz||Colin Hume||3-couple set|
|11||Mr. Brain's Favorite||Francis Carter|
|12||The Shrewsbury Lasses||Thompson 1780||3-couple set
called by Patrick Burns
|13||Gentleman's Delight||Phillipe Callens|
|14||Margaret's Delight||Pat Shaw||done improper|
An interesting evening. I was a last-minute fill in after the regular caller contacted me in the morning because she was too sick. The two junior callers were already going to call three dances each, thankfully, as due to a number of botches there were no microphones. So we did the whole evening without electronic amplification to about 26 dancers. Another learning experience, including discovering if one set is very weak, you're doomed to calling "Terpsicourante" heavily all four times through.
It was my first go at "Dunant House Waltz," and I quite liked that dance.
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