Get the tune!Old Taylor

Also known as "Old Tyler", this dance is usually called "Trunkles" by other sides.

A1, A2 Once-To-Yourself.
A3, A4 Foot-Up-And-Down.
B1, B2, B3 Chorus, first part: First corner (1 and 6) face each other and dance short sidestep left and right. Two half-capers. Dance the first half-caper without forward movement; on the second, to meet face-to-face in the centre of the set, landing on the right foot (no final hop), bringing left ankles together in a mock-agressive movement.

At the same time as the first corner dance the second half caper, second corner (2 and 5) come in with two plain capers, then perform the same steps as first corner. While second corner are dancing the sidesteps, first corner walk backwards to place with arms in the "shuffle-back" position. Repeat for third corner. At the same time as the third corner dance the second half-caper, first corner come in with two plain capers leading into the second part of the chorus.
C1, C2, C3 Chorus, second part: First corner change places with four short sidesteps. the first two sidesteps have no forward movement; you sould pass right-shoulder-to-right-shoulder between the third and fourth sidesteps. Galley left to face back towards your opposite corner, two plain capers.

Second corner come in on the two plain capers, then perform the same steps as first corner. Repeat for third corner. At the same time as the third corner dance the plain capers, all come in with two plain capers leading into the next figure.
A5, A6 Rounds.
B4, B5, B6 First part of the chorus, as in B1 - B3.
C4, C5, C6 Second part of the chorus, as in C1 - C3, except the sidesteps are replaced by four half-capers. Travel approximately an equal part of the distance across the set on each half-caper.
A7, A8 Rounds.
B7, B8, B9 First part of the chorus, as in B1 - B3.
D1, D2, D4 Second part of the chorus, as in C1 - C3, except the sidesteps are replaced by four squash-beetles. The first squash-beetle is danced on the spot, the second brings you forward to meet your opposite, the third takes you past and the fourth takes you to place.
A9, A10 Rounds.
B10, B11, B12 First part of the chorus, as in B1 - B3.
D4, D5, D6 Second part of the chorus, as in C1 - C3, except the squash-beetles are replaced by four upright capers.
A11, A12 Whole Hey, finishing with four plain capers facing up.