The Stanley Mill

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Dance details

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Name: The Stanley Mill Type: reel Times & Bars: 4 X 40
Set: 4 Couple Longwise Minimum couples required 4
Devised by: The pupils of Stanley Primary School Year[1] 1990
Published in: A Book of Perth Dances
Music: "Gladys Kindness", by Allan Kindness


Dance instructions

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Notes

  • Bars 1 - 8 depict the water going down the lade to the watermill.
  • Bars 9 - 16 depict the cogwheels turning.
  • Bars 17 - 28 depict the cotton being wound into the thread.
  • Bars 29 - 40 depict the weaving of the thread into cloth.

References

  1. Year denotes the year in which the dance was devised or first published