Stingo, or the Oyle of Barley
for a line of three couples.
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: St Cecilia Volume 1 for once through the dance.
Silence is Deadly by the Waites of Southwark for twice through the dance.
Part 1
Verse 1, Part A
1: Facing your partner, go back a double.
2: Forward a double.  Face up the set.
Verse 1, Part B
1: Lead up a double.
2: Fall back a double.
Chorus 1, Part A
1-2: Men take right hands across and go all the way around.
3-4: Face your partner, everyone set and turn single, left.
Chorus 2, Part B
1-2: Women take left hands across and go all the way around.
3-4: Face your partner, everyone set and turn single, right.
Part 2
Verse 2, Part A
1-2: Side left with your partner.
Verse 2, Part B
1-2: Side right with your partner.
Chorus 2, Part A
1: Everyone turn to your own left, go forward a double.
2: Fall back a double.
3-4: Face your partner, set and turn single, left.
Chorus 2, Part B
1: Everyone turn to your own right, go forward a double.
2: Fall back a double.
3-4: Face your partner, set and turn single, right.
Part 3
Verse 3, Part A
1-2: Arm left with your partner.
Verse 3, Part B
1-2: Arm right with your partner.
Chorus 3, Part A
1: First couple change places and set left  (step left, close, step right, close) to the second couple.
2: First couple change places again as they shift down between couple two and set right to the third couple.
3-4: Man 1 go between men 2 and 3, around behind man 2, and back to his place, woman the same on her side.
Chorus 3, Part B
1: First couple cast off but return right to your places.
2: First couple turn your partner all the way around.
3-4: First couple cast off again and actually lead the lines around to invert them.
Doing this dance a second time will allow the former couple 3 to be in the active spot, and return the dancers to where they started the dance.