The Sunday Class
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Taught/practised on:
THE PHANTOM PIPER (J4x32)  3s & 4s opp sides Barry Priddey  Phantom Piper Set  1- 8 All set, 1s+4s ½ turn RH into prom hold while 2s & 3s cast to ends, 1s & 4s dance ½ reels of 3 across (RSh to 2/3M)  9-12 1s+4s dance ½ RH across, ½ turn partner RH into prom hold to face 2 nd  corner (2L/3L) while 2s+3s set & cross back RH 13-16 4s+1s dance ½ reel with 2 nd corners, 4s+1s dance round each other RSh ¾ way to face 1 st  corner (2M/3M) 17-24 4s+1s dance ½ reel with 1 st  corners, 4s+1s pass RSh (1s face up, 4s down) & dance out between end couples & cast to 2 nd /3 rd  places 25-32 3s+1s also 4s+2s dance R&L to end 3 1 (4)(2)
The recommended tune is “The Piper’s March”, a traditional tune, though neither Deirdre Adamson nor Colin Dewar actually use it on their CD recordings. This dance is in very typical Priddey style - ‘S(H)e who stands still is a cissy’ and the Set includes “MacVicar’s Hornpipe”.