I've not written that many dances over the years, but a few have turned out well. They reflect the mix of styles of dance I call for, generally written when the dance I want doesn't exist yet.
Dance descriptions assume familiarity with the relevant genre.
Numbers in brackets count bars, which are generally 2 steps/beats. Contra writers tend to count steps, but that gets confusing when you have waltzes, slip-jigs etc – so if you're looking at a contra and are used to reading other contras you might need to double the numbers.
|Dance name||Genre(s)||Set formation||Difficulty||Music||Added|
|Titchmarsh Assembly||Modern ECD||Sicilian circle||2: Easy||32R/March||2017-09-10|
|The Dragonfly||Ceilidh||Couple dance||2: Easy||32W||2017-09-10|
|Indian Summer||Ceilidh, Modern ECD||Longways duple minor||2: Easy||32R||2017-09-10|
|The Linton Rocket||Ceilidh||4-couple longways||2: Easy||32H||2017-09-10|
|The Standing Water Hornpipe||Ceilidh||Sicilian circle||2: Easy||32H||2017-09-10|
|Total Equality||Contra||Becket||3: Medium||32J/R||2017-09-10|
|The Filing Anomaly||Contra||Longways squares||3: Medium||32J/R||2017-09-10|
|Beast from the East||Contra||Becket||3: Medium||32J/R||2018-03-17|