Get the tune!Banks Of The Dee

Column dance, devised by Mark Pollard and based on the Fieldtown dance of the same name.

A1, A2 Once-To-Yourself.
A3, A4 Foot-Up-And-Down.
B1 Chorus: All face up; 1 and 2 salute with the left hand; 3 and 4 salute left; 5 and 6 salute left; all salute right. Half Hey, finishing facing up the set. 5 and 6 (now at the top of the set) salute left; 3 and 4 salute left; 1 and 2 salute left; all salute right. Half Hey. (Note that there are no plain capers leading into the Half Heys.)
A5, A6 Half Gyp.
B2 Chorus as in B1, except the salutes are replaced by galleys. Your body should turn as little as possible in the galleys, although it is impossible to perform the movement flowingly unless a you permit yourself a small amount of rotation.
A7, A8 Whole Gyp.
C1 Chorus, as in B1, except the salutes are replaced by squash-beetles.
A9, A10 Rounds.
C2 Chorus, as in C1, except the squash beetles are replaced by upright capers. Finish the final Half Hey with four plain capers facing up.