In A1 and A2 3-4 a double gravevine step could be used instead of 4 chasée steps
Victor says "Bunchley is a character from George Bernard Shaw’s play Arms and the Man. I liked the alliteration. Also, Bunchley is a Swiss fighting for the Austrians in Bulgaria. I thought it would be appropriate as I am an American of Polish origin writing English country dances to the music a Swiss composer who worked in Holland."
Les Quatre Bransle (Tielman Susato)
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