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The Sunday Class
Taught/practised on:
THE BALTIC VOYAGER (J4x48) 3s & 4s on opposite sides Nicola Haworth Cambridge Scot. Soc. 75 Years    1- 4 1s & 4s set and cast 1 place, 2s & 3s stepping out on bars 3-4  5- 8 1s & 4s dance ½ Fig of 8 round 2s & 3s  9-16 1s+4s ½ turn partner RH, dance ½ RH across, turn partner RH, to finish in promenade hold, 1s facing down & 4s facing up. 17-24 1s dance reel of 3 across with 3s, passing 3L Rsh whilst 4s dance reel of 3 across with 2s, passing 2L Rsh, finishing with 1s on Ladies’ side & 4s on Men’s side, each with lady on partner’s right   25-28 1s+4s (nearer hands joined) set, dance ½ LH across, finishing on sidelines with ladies facing in and men facing out 29-32 1s+4s dance ½ Ladies’ Chain, finishing 2 1(4)(3) 33-40 4s followed by 1s lead down for 2 steps, lead back up to the top, crossing and cast, 1s to 3 rd  place (wrong sides) and 4s to 2 nd  place 41-48 2s+4s, 1s+3s dance R&L
This dance was devised in February 1998 for Donald Green on the occasion of a significant birthday. Donald was the skipper of the ‘Bonnie Anne’ and Nicola had accompanied him on several ‘voyages’ on the Baltic Sea. The recommended music, therefore, is The Glendaruel Highlanders (the tune used for the dance Bonnie Anne) and a recording for Campbeltown Loch is the correct length and has two chords at the beginning.