Hailing from a variety of musical and geographical backgrounds, Pitnacree is a traditional folk band playing lively tunes from Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Quebec, America, and elsewhere. The band gets its name from a rousing Scottish reel about a bumbling ferryman. On bass, cittern, whistle, fiddle and vocals our bowing and blowing will liven up any party, dance, benefit, concert, or shindig.
DANCE: "Take All of the Credit and None of the Blame" (Larry Edelman & Nancy Donahue, improper) A1 – Dosido Neighbor to a Wave (ladies L in center) (8), ………Balance Wave (4), Neighbor Allemande Right ½ (2), Gents Pull By (2) A2 – Balance Partner & Pull By (4), Ladies Pass Left for Half Hey (8), Balance Partner (4) B1 – Ladies Pass Left for Half Hey (8), Partner Swing (8) B2 – R&L Through (8), Ladies Chain (8)
CAMERA: Canon S95, 720p
REMARKS: The New Haven Country Dancers dance every first, third and fifth Saturday at the Branford Community House. Fifth Saturday dances are usually "advanced" dances.
This dance was the first contra after the break. There were two lines of dancers before and after the break.