Adsons Saraband
for a line of three couples.
Reconstructed by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr.
Music: The English Dancing Master disc 1
Part 1, Part A
1: Lead up a double.
2: Fall back a double, face your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 1, Part B
1: Lead up a double.
2: Fall back a double, face your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single (right).
Part 2, Part A
1: Men turn your backs to your partners; double forward.
2: Men turn around and double forward toward your partner.
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 2, Part B
1: Women turn your backs to your partners; double forward.
2: Women turn around and double forward toward your partner
3&4: Set and turn single (right).
Part 3, Part A
1: Men face up the line, women face down; double forward quickly enough to form 1 line by the end of the double.
2: Fall back a double in such a way as to end up on the other side of the set from where you started.
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 3, Part B
1: Women face up the line, men face down; double forward as before to form 1 line.
2: Fall back a double to end up on your proper side of the set.
3&4: Set and turn single (right).
Part 4, Part A
1&2: Do half of an un-handed couples hey (a la Grimstock, stopping when couples 1 and 3 have switched).
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 4, Part B
1&2: Finish the hey.
3&4:  Set and turn single (right).
Part 5, Part A
1&2: Everyone face left; 2 doubles forward.
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 5, Part B
1: Man 1 and man 3 double to meet behind man 2, women do the same.
2: Those who met go back a short double.
3&4: Turn your nearest all the way around (man 1 & 3, woman 1 & 3, couple 2).
Part 6, Part A
1&2: Change places with your partner (couples 1 and 3 have extra time to get back to their places and partners).
3&4: Set and turn single (left).
Part 6, Part B
1&2: Couple 1 lead down between the other couples, leading them to invert the set in 2 doubles.
3&4: The men's line pivots back into starting position with man 3 staying in place, and man 2 and man 1 arcing in a 
half-circle around, keeping the line straight, to invert the line; women do the same at the same time.  (This may or may not be "com{ing} with a compasse to your places".)