|1||Faithless Nancy Dawson||Anna Bidder||A: Always be active.
B: Fall back and up, setting
|2||The Merry Andrew||Marjorie Heffer & William Porter||B: Sets and trades are with partner across, rather than diagonal corner.|
|3||After Dinner Maggot||Gary Roodman||B2: Lines set, turn single, lead up one place, fall back.|
|4||The Farmer's Joy||Joseph Pimentel||called by Victor Lindsey.|
|5||Mr. Beveridge's Maggot||Playford 1695 (Sharp)||called by Victor Linsey|
|6||Ponderosa Pine||Fried de Metz Hermann||B2: Finish with cloverleaf turn single instead of cast|
|7||The Hop Ground||Preston 1794||B1: Half figure eight down, partner two-hand turn 1 & 1/2|
|8||The Dusty Miller||Neal 1726||B2: Ones two-hand turn, spiraling up|
|9||Barbarini's Tambourine||Walsh 1735||If dancing with someone else, have them be your first corner rather than partner.
A2: First corners do mirror image of A1.
B2: Two-hand turn is with corner until in original place.
|10||Hole in the Wall||Playford 1698||B1: Trade places with partner across the set twice.
B2: Circle left 1
Virtual dance during the COVID-19 pandemic. An hour and a half long. I had people single file promenade with the wrong hands-four in After Dinner Maggot. And I'm not happy yet with my adaptation of Barbarini's Tambourine.
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