The Sunday Class
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Taught/practised on: 2014 June 29 th 2015 July 12 th
ARDGILZEAN  (S4x32)  3s & 4s on opp sides John Drewry  Summer Collection 1  1- 8 1s+4s dance Figs of 8 on sides round 2s+3s (dancing in between 2s/3s to start)  9-16 1s+2s & 3s+4s dance a variation of Espagnole: - `9-10 1s+2s & 3s+4s cross (Ladies lead across RH passing between Men) with Ladies changing places RH `11-12 1s+2s & 3s+4s cross back (Men lead across RH between Ladies) with Men changing places RH `13-16 2s/3s turn RH as 1s/4s dance LH across & face corners 17-24 1s & 4s dance double diagonal reels of 4 (½ LH across in middle) & 1s+4s omit final LH across but curve in to face corner just passed 25-32 All set & turn facing person RH, 4s+1s circle 4H round to right 2 4(1)(3)
Ardgilzean is the name of a farm 3½ miles due west of Elgin, Morayshire. In Macbeth, he says: “We shall hunt the woods of Findrassie and Ardgilzean, and see what you Orkneymen can do lacking a hatchet …!” Spynie Parish Church (IV30 6XI), which was built in 1735, is situated between Findrassie and Argilzean. In Perth & Kinross, due north of Scone Palace, there is a mound (marked as a cairn on the OS map south west of Ardgilzean Cottage), a Roman enclosure and a ring-ditch all listed as ancient monuments.