The turn 1½ in B2 is really more like turn 1¼ and then let go and keep moving forward.
Written as a birthday present for Joy Stanway. The tune is a popular tune for North West Morris. This version comes from the Rev R Harrison's Ms, c1815, Cumbria. Kissing in English C ountry Dances, which had been prevalent in England in the seventeenth century, was also very popular in thye 1970s (but not in folk dance clubs!).
I have revised the order of jumps in A2 from that originally published.
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