The Sunday Class
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Taught/practised on: 2013 June 30 th
HEATHERY BREEZE  (S4x32) Bob Davidson  1- 8 1s cross down into Reflection reels of 3 with 2s & 3s  9-10 1s cross down to 2 nd  place own sides facing out while 2s continue reeling to finish in 1 st  place 11-12 1s ½ turn 3s with outside hand, (Men LH, Ladies RH) 13-16 1M dances ½ fig. of 8 around 4L to finish in centre facing up while 1L dances ½ fig. of 8 around 3M to finish in centre facing down (1s BtoB) 17-24 1M+3s & 1L+4s circle 3H round to Left, cross up/down to circle 3H round to Right (1L+3s, 1M+4s), 1s finish in 3 rd  place opposite sides, 1M facing up, 1L facing down 25-30 3s+1s+4s dance RSh reels of 3 on sides (6 bars), 1s finish facing down 31-32 1s cross down to 4 th  place own sides while 4s continue reeling to finish in 3 rd  place
Bob Davidson devised this dance after listening to a tune by the same name performed by Matt Molloy. He suggests using the recording “The Double Diamond Strathspey” from the Muriel Johnstone & Keith Smith album “Vintage Goldring” (which is quite slow!). Matt Molloy is an Irish flautist who won the All-Ireland Flute Championship when only 17 years old. Originally from County Roscommon, he now owns a pub (Matt Molloy’s) in Westport, County Mayo. He has been a member of The Bothy Band, Planxty and The Chieftains and released 10 solo albums between 1976 and 2007 including Heathery Breeze in 1985.