List 1 – The core dances that every man should know:
Adderbury Lads a’ Bunchum, Blue Bells of
Bampton Rose Tree, The Quaker, Shepherd’s Hey (2 by 2).
Bledington Young Collins.
Headington Constant Billy, Blue Eye’d Stranger,
List 2 – Dances that all experienced men should know and new men should aspire to know:
Pepper in the Brandy,
Bampton Bobbing Around, Step and Fetch Her, The Maid of the Mill.
Joker, Skirmish, Morning Star, William and
Bucknell Queen’s Delight, Room for the Cuckolds, Saturday Night, Willow Tree.
Ducklington Lollipop Man.
Fieldtown Balance the Straw, Banks of the
Headington Getting Upstairs, 29th May, Laudnum Bunches, Bean Setting, Hunt the Squirrel.
Hinton Getting Upstairs.
Ilmington Bumpus O’ Stretton, Cuckoo’s Nest, Jubilee.
Oddington Captain Webb, Young Collins, The Quinton.
Ravensthorpe Shepherd’s Hey.
Sherborne Monk’s March.
Wheatley Shepherd’s Hey, Constant Billy, Processional.
List 3 – dances that should exercise the minds of our experienced dancers!
Adderbury Princess Royal.
Ascott Banks of the
Bledington Gallant Hussar, Trunkles, Glorisher.
Ducklington Rambling Sailor, Jockey to the Fair.
Fieldtown Dearest Dickie,
Jockey to the Fair, Glorishers, Lass of
Headington Rigs O’ Marlow.
Ilmington Maid of the Mill.
Hill, Fanny Frail, Haste to the Wedding, Pershore,
White Ladies Aston
Jigs. Although these are left to individual men, some you might like to try include Bampton – Old Tom of Oxford; Bledington – Lumps of Plum Pudding, Ladies’ Pleasure; Fieldtown – None So Pretty, Nutting Girl, Molly Oxford; Headington – Jockey to the Fair