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2010 January 31 st
RED HOUSE (Where Would Bonnie Annie Lie) (R8x40)  2C Playford  RSCDS Book 7  1- 8 1s set & cast 1 place, set & cast back to original places  9-16 1M (followed by partner) casts 1 place, dances up between 2s & casts down behind 2L, crosses over & both end in 2 nd  place own side 17-24 1L (followed by partner) casts up to top, dances down between 2s & casts up behind 2M & crosses over & both end in original places 25-32 1s reel with 2M on Men’s side (1M & 2M pass LSh & 1L dances to 2 nd place on Men’s side to pass partner RSh (1L ends in own place & 1M in 2 nd  place) 33-40 1s reel with 2L on Ladies side (1L & 2L pass RSh & 1M dances to 2 nd place on Ladies side to pass partner LSh (1s end in 2 nd  place own side)
The music “Red House” appears on an album by The Broadside Band entitled “English Country Dances: From Playford’s Dancing Master 1651-1703”. The Strathspey Server website gives this dance a date of 1731. Queen Anne, born in 1665, the younger daughter of James II, reigned from 1702 until her death in 1714, and was the last Stuart monarch. This dance may be associated with her but quite probably that is an erroneous suggestion!