Glory of the West
for two couples facing (square).
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr, music fix suggested by Lady Grainne.
Music: Aleyn, by June Tabor (structure is wrong, but I love the cellos),
Popular Tunes in 17th Century England, by Jeremy Barlow (structure still wrong, tempo great)
Country Capers, by the New York Renaissance Band (structure wrong again, tempo rather fast)
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1: Couples take inside hands and meet a double.
2: Back a double.
3: Open (take a small double sideways away from your partner, still holding hands).
4: Close (take a small double sideways toward your partner).
Verse 1, Part B
1: Couples fall back a double.
2: Forward a double.
3: Open.
4: Close.
Chorus 1
1: Men go back a double.
2: Women turn single.
3: Women go back a double.
4: Men turn single.
5&6: Men switch places in two doubles.
7&8: Women switch places in two doubles.
9&10: Everyone take hands in a circle and take four slipping steps left back to place.
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1&2: Side with your opposite (line up right shoulders).
3&4: Set and turn left to your opposite.
Verse 2, Part B
1&2: Side with your partner (line up left shoulders).
3&4: Set and turn right to your partner.
Chorus 2
1&2: Men change places by casting off left and circling behind their partners in two doubles.
3&4: Women change places by casting off left and going behind their partners in two doubles.
5: Circular, handless hey:  change places with your opposite by right shoulders.
6: Change places with your partner by left shoulders.
7: Change places with your opposite by right shoulders.
8: Change places with your partner by left shoulders, ending up where you started.
9&10: Everyone take right hands across (or right hand star) and walk two doubles to your places.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1&2: Arm with your opposite (right arms, circle left).
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Verse 3, Part B
1&2: Arm with your partner (left arms, circle right).
3&4: Set and turn single, right.
Chorus 3
1: Men take a small double forward.
2: Women take a small double forward and form an arch with their right arms (virtual is fine).
3: Men change places under the arch, and form one of their own with their right arms.
4: Women change places under the arch.
5: Circular, handed hey:  change places with your opposite by right hand.
6: Change places with your partner by left hand.
7: Change places with your opposite by right hand.
8: Change places with your partner by left hand.
9: Take hands in a circle and double around to your places quickly.
10: Fall abreast to the presence at the head of the hall (man 1 and woman 2 drop hands and draw the line backwards to face the music).