Well Done Jack
Duple Minor Longways A Major, 2/2 32 bars(AABB) Published 1718. 7+ 4:15 1st B: 0:19
Partners turn two hands once and half: end facing neighbor
Neighbors turn two hands once and half: end facing partner
Two changes right and lefts(to original places)
Set to your partner
All turn single right, changing places with neighbor: 1st woman cast down, 2nd man up, 1st man and 2nd woman turn single up and down through middle)
1st couple lead down through new couple and cast back
Partners turn two hands
Back to Back: This is the same as up a double and back, but going round someone as you do it. Commonly the someone is your partner: you face each other and pass right shoulders, pause and fall back to where you started, passing left shoulders. Usually this takes eight steps, four there and four back. The American and barn-dance term for this move is do-si-do.
Rights and Lefts: Four dancers begin by doing a right one-hand turn with partners about half way around, then a left one-hand turn with neighbours, then partners again, etc. Normally, a right-and-left involves four changes, which takes you back to your original place.