Get the tune!Charterville

Invented by Andy Cheyne one evening when we were practising - for one night only - in the Scout hut in Minster Lovell. It was devised around a Breton tune that Alexander Marshall played at odd moments.

A1, A2 Once-To-Yourself.
A3 Foot-Up-And-Down.
B1, B2 Chorus: Top pair (1 and 2) circle each other using two half-capers, passing right shoulders. Galley back onto place and finish with two plain capers. Middle pair come in on the two plain capers and repeat the movement. Bottom pair come in on plain capers and repeat. On final plain capers of bottom pair top four come back in for a half Hey for all.
A4 Half Gyp. (Note that the set is reversed, top to bottom at this point.)
B3, B4 Chorus: Same movements as first chorus but with the pairings 1 and 3 followed by 5 and 6 and finally 4 and 2. (These refer to the original dancers not the set positions, i.e whoever started the dance in the number one position initiates the chorus every time.) Half Hey at the end as per the first chorus.
A5 Whole Gyp.
B5, B6 Chorus: As before but pairings 1 and 4, 3 and 6, 2 and 5.
A6 Rounds.
B7, B8 Chorus: As before but pairings 1 and 6, 5 and 2, 3 and 4. Final half Hey finishing with four plain capers facing up.