|1||Morgan Rattler||Moore-Ridgely, 1790s|
|2||Sion House||Playford 1701|
|3||Polka Dots||5-person set|
|4||Corelli's Maggot||Cathy & John Miller|
|5||Jenny Pluck Pears||Playford 1651||3-couple set|
|7||Joy After Sorrow||Young 1719||Dance of the month
|8||Barbarini's Tambourine||Walsh 1741|
|9||Impropriety||Brooke Friendly & Chris Sackett|
|10||Chelsea Reach||Playford 1657||Square|
|11||Vivaldi in Paradise||Gary Roodman|
|12||Indian Summer||Elizabeth Goosen|
|13||General Grooviness of the Universe||Brooke Friendly & Chris Sackett`|
Dances 7, 9 and 10 were on the upcoming L.A. Ball.
In Impropriety, the bend-the-line after the line of four gave dancers a fair amount of trouble. Some wanted to switch hands, thereby trading places with their neighbor.
For the first main figure in Chelsea Reach, it really helped to first move people to their target positions.
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