Bledington (with a catch step)
Black Joke - sticks go R L together together, L R together together
Young Collins - sticks tap tap tap... Synco on last
Cuckoo's Nest - hankies, all up, all down
Gallant Hussar - hankies, cross over hook, hook again half hey, do it again, and again and again...., don't stop, yes whole hey at the end.
Lilli Bulero - hankies, diagonal crossings, corner and middle then pick up end and middle for two by two crossing. Learned from the Hong Kong Morris while visiting HK in 1988.
William and Nancy - hankies, corner figure, hook to hey.
Lustig Zyne- oy veh, klezmo morris invented by Ken Smith
Saturday Night- a favorite in airplane aisles.
Morningstar - When did we do this last?
Trunkles - Corner crossing with a challenge.
Monk's March - Heel Toe dance, fun at parties.
Raggle Taggle Gypsy - Woodchopping stick dance, invented by Ken.
Over the Water to Charlie - ssl, ds, ssr caper into ds
Glorishears - For the Queen, we manage to do this every tour.
Ducklington (with low crisp snatches and high flowing nips)
Jockey to the Fair - 2 x 2 you show your stuff, nice chorus.
Lollipop Man - big stick licker. Corner leap to center every time.
Nutting Girl - Like Jockey but all at once. Seems we always just do Jockey.
Princess Royal - Leap across chorus.
Old Taylor - Trunklish corner dance.
The Fox - Corner dance invented by Greg Boardman and Bob Childs of Lord Hill Morris Men in Maine.
Jumping and Dashing - Two short sticks, from the people who brought you The Fox
Waltzing Matilda - Stick dance - corner throw in fast succession (we made it up in honor of one member who was temporarily transported to Australia)
The Stick Dance - All windmills all the time.
Border Morris (erratically seasonal)
Brimfield - manly clashing in front for four.
Bromsberrow Heath - speeding up hay and sticking for 6 sometimes with volunteers.
Wiper's or Up Yours - fast dance for six with the famous frenetic hay. Step hop, step hop, run run run.
Fannie Frail - one stick and one hankie with singing for as many pairs who will.
7 Hand Reel - short stick dance for 7 with distinctive hit & go. Step hop, step hop, run run run.
Much Wenlock - travelling processional augmented with tamborines or other noise makers.
Dilwyn or Dilbert - umpsy de gumpsy dance
Cleehill - indescribeable.